September 2005 - Volume 10, Issue 2
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Reuters - Sun Sep 4, 5:47 PM ET
The Katrina hurricane has decimated the lives and spirit of many of our wonderful friends in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama. Our prayers and thoughts are with everyone of you. The great poet, Tennyson, said "more things are brought about by prayer than this world dreams of ". And so to all of our friends who have become victimized by this hurricane, we hope and pray that during this time God will bring greater peace of mind and heart and soul.
The staff of SFT will remember you in all their Masses and prayers to help you carry the Cross that God has brought into your lives at this time. God bless all of you.
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