On 9/11 anniversary, faith leaders nationwide offer prayers, comfort and hope for our country
On the 21st anniversary of the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, faith leaders and others weighed in with thoughts and prayers for the nation. Catholic bishops, a rabbi and more shared comfort and hope.
Sunday, Sept. 11, 2022, marks the 21st anniversary of the terror attacks that claimed thousands of American lives, wounded many others and caused appalling destruction.
Many Americans will spend the day (and a big part of the weekend) reflecting on the events of that day, while others will reach for lessons, understanding and prayer about the need to rely on God in times of suffering.
As the nation remembers all those those and harmed, faith leaders from around the nation shared thoughts, prayers and remembrances with Fox News Digital of that day and what we all might seek to remember.
"We live in a broken world with people who too often see violence and murder as the solution to the problems they perceive," added Spencer.
"Yet we also live in God’s world," he continued.
"We should see the tragedy of fallenness in the 9/11 attacks, along with the glimmer of God’s image and wisdom in the way that women and men of all sorts recognized evil acts and rallied together to help those harmed by it," he said.