I pray for deep, profound healing of all affected by 9/11. May God lift your hearts and wash them clean. May you feel the loving presence of your loved ones in your hearts, closer than breathing. May your path become easy and your steps light as you go forth to your very highest calling. May your destiny be sweet, successful, and filled with love.
Never forget 9/11! My prayers go out to the victims and their families and the first responders. You will never be forgotten! Gob bless all of you and god bless the USA!!
Let us never forget the heroes and innocents on that beautiful, clear day in September. God bless them and the USA.
Kayla Nicholle Akers-Brown
To the many brave men & women who lost their lives on that tragic day. And to their families & friends as well. It's sad to think about those who perished in this evil attack, but it's so amazing to see our wonderful country come together during this time and prove that we will not let them win. Praying for those lives lost, and for all the men & women who are still fighting this war for us today, so that we can walk our streets and feel safe again. God bless the USA!!
In memory of Richard Muldowney, Jr. FDNY. In 2006, the 5th Anniversary of 9/11, I chose your name on a Star of Rembrance at my office in Rochester, NY. Your name and photo are on my office wall till this day. You are not forgotten. R.I.P.
Myra Willis Radosta
To all of those who lost their lives and lost their loved ones, We Will Never Forget. I pray for peace and I ask God to Bless you and God Bless the United States of America.
In memory of Margaret Quinn Orloske - her mother Sylvia, son Stephen and her friends love her and miss her.
All you holy men and women who went back to Heaven that day, please pray for us.
In memory of all those who lost their lives on 9/11 and a prayer for peace.
Sept. 11 is a day that touched and changed us all. I say a prayer today for all who still mourn and for our nation's leaders. Also a prayer for St. Paul's and Trinity. I have visited both while in NYC in the past. What wonderful places to sense the presence of God in the midst of the busy city.
Melody Dickerson Swang
Honoring those who died and the loved ones they left behind. My hope is that we not turn to bitterness, but remember to love--always. It is, indeed, the truest and noblest way to honor our loved ones.
Darla MinorReturn to God, this is the message/warning of 9/11. Return to Him. Search out why St Paul's was left standing virtually untouched that day. Search out the 7 year period between 9/11 and the Stock Market crash. Search Isaiah 9:10. It's not in America being her own strength. It's in her dependence on God and His strength. Return to God.
Remembering in Seattle. Very glad to have Saint Paul's Chapel, you are an amazing church, you help me to remember to move past the hate, thankyou you for all you do & have done. Peace
Richard B. Bernstein
In memory of all those who died on 9/11/2001, and in particular for my former student at New York Law School, Craig D. Lilore JD '96, and for my former co-worker, Matthew D. Leonard. May this day be a day in which we find healing and peace, and not sorrow and pain. Amen.
Rose Marie Grillo-Navas
In memory for all those innocent victims and their families. You will always be in our thoughts and prayers. God Bless America!
In grateful thanks for the survival of Ben, a doorman at the Marriott hotel located between the 2 towers. A kind and gentle soul who witnessed all the horror, yet while he was fleeing from the cloud of the collapsing towers, was not praying for himself but that his wife would be alright.
With prayers that your extravagant love may embrace the world. God bless
You will never be forgotten and always be in my prayers.
We should all remember to love. Every nation, every religion and political belief suffered this day. We should remember those who were lost, those who lost someone and those who continue to be affected.
You are always in my prayers and thoughts. God Bless America
JoAnn Brown Stringer
In memory of Jeff Mladenik and prayers of peace for all.
Honoring all the rescue workers from Washington State who came to help. We remember and honor your sacrifices.
Thoughts and prayers for everyone who died ... and for everyone who remembers ...
Never forget!! 10 years, 25 years, 100 years....always remember the ones who were lost, and those who fought to survive, they are the true heros of that tragic day. With love always......
In memory of all those innocents lost that day....and the unfathomable fear and terror they endured. And to the resilience of those who survived, and made it out alive through strength and courage.
Cathy Morgan SerpasAmen to that! Forever in our hearts! Flying my flag half staff. Everyone should.