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Topic - Tom Carzon
Clerics — whom some might call first responders — looking to provide spiritual healing were turned away from the scene of the Boston Marathon bombings because of security risks.
Carzon told The Journal that he was able to minister to a runner who wasn't injured but had assisted a bystander with severe injuries.
Tom Carzon, rector of Our Lady of Grace Seminary, said he was disappointed he couldn't get closer to the scene.