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Words of solace for a city
NEW YORK -- Faced with the most daunting task of their careers yesterday, religious leaders in and around New York tried to give solace to the inconsolable and make sense of the death and destruction that have dominated the lives of all Americans, especially those closest to the World Trade Center tragedy.
By Allison Klein Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan and Sarah Koenig
September 17, 2001