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Martin Sheen visits Camp Casey


Sunday, August 28, 2005

Martin Sheen visits Camp Casey

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Following our wedding earlier in the day, Martin Sheen visited Camp Casey and led a Catholic rosary that incorporated the reading of the names of 50 U.S. servicepersons killed in Iraq. Interspersed in the reading of the names, a chorus sang religious hymns from many different faiths. Upon taking the stage, Martin Sheen declared that many had been silent far too long about what's happening and he hoped that Cindy would be the catalyst for changing that. After posing for a photo op with members of Iraq Veterans Against the War, he joined the nightly Camp Casey sunset taps ceremony.

Photo by Jeff Paterson. Copywrite 2005

# posted by Jeff Paterson @ 20:33

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