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NEWTOWN, Conn. (AP) Clergy from across Newtown gathered this morning on a local soccer field to lead an interfaith vigil to mark the passing of two weeks since the massacre at the Sandy Hook Elementary school.

The Reverend Matthew Crebbin, pastor of the Newtown Congregational Church, says this morning's service at the former Fairfield Hills Hospital campus focused on the healing process and putting lives back together in new ways.

Representatives from Roman Catholic, Episcopal, Methodist, Congregational, Buddhist, Muslim and other churches all took part.

The service paused at 9:30 for a moment of silence to mark the time the shooting occurred.

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