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Senate Chaplain Prays for South Carolina Shooting Victims

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Chaplain Barry C. Black ended his prayer opening the Senate session Thursday by reflecting on the victims of the Charleston, S.C., church shooting, praying for “comfort” for the “families and loved ones of the victims.” Nine individuals were killed Wednesday night in Charleston at a historic African-American church, in what authorities are calling a hate crime.

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