Walter Cronkite’s death reminds us how full one person’s life can be if he puts his mind to it.  For most of us, Cronkite was a news man and the most important anchor person (and most trusted man) in America in the second half of the 20th century.  He was also a man with political and religious opinions. Among them were the importance of inter-religious understanding, civility and religious liberty.  Rev. Welton Gaddy, a friend of this blog and head of the Interfaith Alliance, offers this tribute on KNOE 

Rest in peace Walter Cronkite

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