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Left to right: Clergy Associate for Liturgy with the National Cathedral Gina Campbell, the Rev. Canon Ralph Godsall, priest vicar of Westminster Abbey and visiting clergy at the Cathedral, and Rev. Cannon Jan Naylor Cope, Vicar of the National Cathedral, all arrive in tennis shoes for the Washington National Cathedral Pancake Races held in front of the Cathedral on Shrove Tuesday, more commonly known as "Mardi Gras.", Washington, D.C., Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2012. This years annual Pancake Races are entitled the “Shake, Rattle & Race Edition,†in light of the earthquake damage the cathedral sustained earlier this year. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)
Photo by: Andrew Harnik
Left to right: Clergy Associate for Liturgy with the National Cathedral Gina Campbell, the Rev. Canon Ralph Godsall, priest vicar of Westminster Abbey and visiting clergy at the Cathedral, and Rev. Cannon Jan Naylor Cope, Vicar of the National Cathedral, all arrive in tennis shoes for the Washington National Cathedral Pancake Races held in front of the Cathedral on Shrove Tuesday, more commonly known as "Mardi Gras.", Washington, D.C., Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2012. This years annual Pancake Races are entitled the “Shake, Rattle & Race Edition,†in light of the earthquake damage the cathedral sustained earlier this year. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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