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sunset glows on the National Cathedral as summer clouds hang overhead, maybe a reminder of the pandemic on this last day of June in Washington

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A familiar sound filled the air in D.C. on Saturday as the Washington National Cathedral’s bells rang for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic broke out in the U.S. back in March

Rev. William Barber II, one of the leading progressive-leaning faith leaders in the country and co-chair of the Poor People's Campaign, is currently preaching at the Washington National Cathedral. His message: “America, Accepting Death Is Not an Option Anymore!”

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The Washington National Cathedral was illuminated with the words 'Black Lives Matter' overnight in Northwest, D.C. DETAILS:

The Washington National Cathedral has found its own way of honoring and showing support for the graduating class of 2020. The cathedral is expected to be lit up for the class of 2020 from dusk to dawn until May 23rd.

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Trump, yesterday: "I gave [Sen. McCain] the kind of funeral that he wanted, which as president I had to approve." Washington National Cathedral, today: "No funeral at the Cathedral requires the approval of the president or any other government official.”

Matthew Shepard's ashes were laid to rest in the Washington National Cathedral today. Two days later, we’ll mark the nine-year anniversary of President Obama signing a law that bears Matthew’s name.

This is a very big deal. Extraordinary step by National Cathedral. Have We No Decency? A Response to President Trump - Washington National Cathedral

LIVE NOW: Join us for a celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 8 Mission to the Moon, the first to bring humans to another world as they orbited the Moon on Christmas Eve 1968. Watch now from the Washington National Cathedral: #Apollo50 

National Cathedral on Trump comments on McCain: “Washington National Cathedral was honored to host the funeral service for Senator John McCain. All funerals and memorial services at the Cathedral are organized by the family of the deceased..." 1/2

According to the Washington National Cathedral, this is false: "Only a state funeral for a former president involves consultation with government officials. No funeral at the Cathedral requires the approval of the president or any other government official.”

The President and First Lady will attend the funeral for President George H.W. Bush at the National Cathedral in Washington.

The ashes of Matthew Shepard, whose 1998 murder became a rallying cry for the gay rights movement, will be laid to rest in the Washington National Cathedral.

Watch: Matthew Shepard is laid to rest today at the Washington National Cathedral. For 20 years, Shepard's parents were reluctant to bury their son's ashes for fear any gravesite would be desecrated.