MCKINNEY – After talking
about his faith and family for about an hour, Republican presidential
candidate Rick Santorum stood in the middle of a small chapel Wednesday
morning, bowed his head and closed his eyes – ready to receive prayers
from more than 100 clergymen gathered there.
Pastors from around the
Metroplex encircled Santorum, a devout Catholic who shared stories of
losing a child and raising another child with disabilities.
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