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May my dad’s soul and all the souls of those who fought that day, through the mercy of God, rest in peace and find honor in this life and the life to come, through Christ our Lord.

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  • James H, London


    My grandfather was on the other side of Europe, with the S African forces in Italy by then (I think?) after fighting through North Africa. He used to tell us about being at Monte Cassino when the Germans were holed up in the monastery. He wasn’t well, psychologically. I must remember to pray for him.

  • Dave G.

    Yes, a big thanks to those who fought there on this day and on other days and in other places for not just me to be free, but for others to be free as well. May I do my best to live up to what they fought and died for.

  • orual’s kindred

    Prayers for your father and all who fought that day! (My grandfathers did as well.)