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Cardinal Egan at Red Mass: Interview with Tom Pace Regarding Homily on The Death Penalty 5-2-08Posted by: Tom Pace - May 02, 2008
"There is nothing more precious than the life of a human being," said His Eminence Edward Cardinal Egan, the Archbishop of New York, at the 16th Annual Red Mass held Friday, May 2nd, 2008 at Holy Trinty Catholic Church in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Egan spoke exclusively, "One-on-One' with Tom Pace about his homily that focused on the right to life, and caution about the death penalty, where many have been found innocent by DNA testing.
“He is the first Cardinal to come here to say Mass,” Monsignor Earl Provenza, Egan’s host here and diocesan administrator is quoted in
The well-attended Mass, the 16th such annual event here, was held inside the historic Holy Trinity Catholic Church downtown, and was attended by most area attorneys and judges, as well as ministers of other faiths and members of the lay public, Catholic and otherwise.
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