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Veterans Among Us

As Ed read out the names of Veterans at Sunday service, he left out the rank but affixed to each name a branch of service and the war in which each had served. With every name that echoed within the grey concrete walls of the gothic-style cathedral of the First Congregational Church of Los Angeles, a Veteran was supposed to stand to be recognized.  Not all names had a Veteran present, but enough were there that America’s legacy of twentieth-century wars came to life: World War II… Korea… Vietnam… It Read more [...]