Saturday, October 31
       

A Meditation and Prayer Vigil for Nina Pham and Amber Joy Vinson

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Last night in downtown Dallas, the Cathedral of the Virgin of Guadalupe, the Crow Collection of Asian Art and the Dallas Arts District came together with Dallas community leaders, Quynh Chau Stone, Tina Thu Nga Do and Anthony Tran, for a healing meditation and prayer service in support and honoring the victims and care-givers, Nina Pham, Amber Joy Vinson and their family, who bravely enduring the challenges of the Ebola medical crisis.  The informal guided mediation begins at the Crow Collection of Asian Art Museum and followed by a candle light prayers at the Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin Guadalupe.

 

Asia World Media was honored to be invited to cover the special occasion.  Thank you to Amy Lewis Hoflan with the Crow Collection of Asian Art Museum and Father Rudy with the Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe in downtown Dallas for hosting and organizing a wonderful meditation and prayer vigil for Nina Pham,  Amber Joy Vinson, and other victims who were affected by the dangerous Ebola virus. 

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