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A Powerful Commemorative
September 11, 2001
9/11 keepsake ornament in polished pewter
St. Paul's Chapel of Trinity Parish;
The shoes of a fireman were testimony to the many who left street clothes on Trinity's fence, that fateful September 11, where they made a last change on their heroic rush to the World Trade Center... many, never to return.
Written by Max Ehrmann in the 1920s... a poet and lawyer from Terre Haute, Indiana. He wrote in his diary of an urge to write Desiderata... Latin for "things to be desired". "I should like, if I could, to leave a humble gift... a bit of chaste prose that had caught up some noble moods." And, so he did.
"Therefore be at peace with God,
New York, New York...
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In this time of chaotic thoughts and stretched faith, may this keepsake ornament represent a source of peace... a reminder of God's peace in our lives. Hear our prayer!
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