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Sat 28 Mar 15 @ 16:13
World Council of Churches (@Oikoumene) consults on humanitarian aid for Ukraine http://t.co/PAhK8GWynu http://t.co/BeHcOzsyDd

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The Bishop of Europe prays for the victims of the Germanwings crash http://t.co/7gJJyxZywH http://t.co/DXNQVIhbJ9