The prayers came one after another, from different religions, in different languages — all pleading for peace and unity after the terrorist attacks last weeks in Paris and Beirut.
"Lord, hear our prayer; Deus, exaudi nos; Senor, escuchanos," sang college students at an interfaith service at Loyola University Maryland.
Marylanders in Baltimore and Annapolis sang and prayed Monday to voice their love and support for the families, friends and nations of the 129 people in France and 40 in Lebanon killed.
The Rev. John Murray, Imam Bashar Arafat and Rabbi David Greenspoon led Christian, Buddhist, Jewish and Islamic songs, prayers, readings...