April 15, 2013—Three people have died and at least 100, including children, are injured after two explosions at the Boston Marathon finish line disrupted this popular international running competition.
As with the Newtown, CT, school shooting in December 2012 and other traumatic events, one need not have been on site in Boston's Copley Square to feel unnerved, angry, or shaken.
These resources, developed or suggested by Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) staff, may help you process today's disquieting events emotionally and spiritually for yourself, in your family, and with others in your faith community.
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Last updated on Thursday, April 18, 2013.
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