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Artist Provides Booths For Prayer

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Artist Provides Booths For Prayer

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Artist Provides Booths For Prayer

Artist Provides Booths For Prayer

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They look just like telephone booths, but they are decorated with hands folded in prayer, and there's a place to kneel. The prayer booths are an art installation designed to spark dialogue on prayer in the public sphere. There are prayer booths in Jackson, Tennessee, in Ceder Rapids Iowa — and now on a bustling Manhattan street in New York City.

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