There was a good turn-out despite the rain for a Prayers for Peace event in Armagh, N Ireland, 1st October 1972 led by Irish church leaders. Leading the prayers at the microphone is Cardinal William Conway, head of the Roman Catholic Chuch in Ireland. Beside him is Archbishop George Otto Simms, the Church of Ireland Primate of All Ireland. 197210010604b
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