"The spirit is wonderful. It seems the sisters have captured something in people's hearts," said Helen Deines, a retired professor who organized the event, in an email. Whereas the first vigil at Louisville's Cathedral of the Assumption on May 8 drew 78 people, Tuesday's (May 15) event was attended by about 120.
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