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Sister Simone Campbell Makes Capitol Hill Pilgrimage: Religious Leaders And Workers Sing And Pray For Moderate Republicans

Sister Simone Campbell Makes Capitol Hill Pilgrimage: Religious Leaders And Workers Sing And Pray For Moderate Republicans

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Like most Americans, Sister Simone Campbell is feeling desperate about the current stand-off and shut down of the government. So Sister Simone along with an interfaith group of religious leaders decided to do something about it. Over 70 prominent religious leaders joined with locked-out federal workers in a pilgrimage on Capitol Hill this morning; an action organized by Faith In Public Life together with other religious groups.

People of faith gathered in prayer in the Cannon House Office Building. Participants in the action included leaders from NETWORK, A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby; The Salvation Army, Interfaith Worker Justice, National Council of Churches, Presbyterian Church (USA) Office of Public Witness, The Shalom Center, Faith in Public Life, Church World Service, American Friends Service Committee, Interfaith Moral Action on Climate, Disciples Center for Public Witness (Disciples of Christ), Disciples Justice Action Network (Disciples of Christ), Disciples Home Missions, Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Ecumenical Advocacy Days, Franciscan Action Network, United Church of Christ, United Methodist Church, and The Coalition on Human Needs.

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