DAY OF REMEMBRANCE AND PRAYER

Today, September 14, 2001, has been declared a National Day of Prayer and Remembrance by President George W. Bush.

The President will lead a memorial service at Washington D.C.'s National Cathedral to honor those killed in the terrorist attacks of the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon in Washington.

After the service in D.C., the President will travel to New York to view the damage to the city, and to thank the rescue workers and volunteers who are working around the clock to find survivors amid the rubble of the destroyed buildings.

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