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Awake all night

by Margaret Duggan

MORE than 300 young people and some adults gathered in Truro Cathedral for a U2charist, a eucharist using songs from U2, the internationally known Christian pop band, which originated in Dublin. “It was amazing”, says Jacquie Price, diocesan youth officer, “to see young people dancing and singing in the nave (chairs removed) to some of U2’s best-loved and very spiritual songs.”

  She tells me that the U2charist movement started in the United States, ...

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