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An unassuming stream -- just 18 feet across -- pours forth from Lake Itasca, forming the start of the Mississippi River's winding flow down 2,552 miles to the Gulf of Mexico. At this very point among the Northern Minnesota pines, Bishop Andrew H. Cozzens held high a golden monstrance on the afternoon of May 19, tracing the sign of the cross over the waters and the people gathered -- a humble gesture pleading for a mighty river of grace to flow for the National Eucharistic Revival.
 

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