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Father Gregory Gresko, Chaplain of the Saint John Paul II National Shrine, sings a hymn during the Mass of Thanksgiving on Sunday, April 27 at the Saint John Paul II National Shrine. Khalid Naji-Allah Special to The Washington Times

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Seminarians Brandon Brown, left, and Michael Russo, right, prepares a passage in the Holy Bible during the Mass of Thanksgiving on Sunday, April 27 at the Saint John Paul II National Shrine. Khalid Naji-Allah Special to The Washington Times

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Seminary Michael Russo holds the Holy Bible during the Mass of Thanksgiving on Sunday, April 27 at the Saint John Paul II National Shrine. Khalid Naji-Allah Special to The Washington Times

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Father Gregory Gresko, Chaplain of the Saint John Paul II National Shrine, right, blesses the congregation with Holy Water during the Mass of Thanksgiving on Sunday, April 27 at the Saint John Paul II National Shrine. Khalid Naji-Allah Special to The Washington Times

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John Winfrey, 52, Master of the Fourth Degree of the Knights of Columbus, foreground, stands for prayer during the the Mass of Thanksgiving on Sunday, April 27 at the Saint John Paul II National Shrine. Khalid Naji-Allah Special to The Washington Times

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Seminary Kevin Kayser, 20, right, carries a thurible during the start the Mass of Thanksgiving on Sunday, April 27 at the Saint John Paul II National Shrine. Khalid Naji-Allah Special to The Washington Times

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Auto traffic for this Thanksgiving holiday is expected to rise, according to AAA. "The increase in holiday travelers can be attributed to a ... strengthening economy," the AAA says, but the increase will only be "slight." (Associated Press)