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Robert Schuller eulogized as pastor who spoke the people's language
Robert Schuller eulogized as pastor who spoke the people's language

Robert H. Schuller's children said he did the work of many men — as a visionary, as a pastor to millions, as a religious translator who knew how to speak the people's language. More than 1,000 mourners gathered in Garden Grove on Monday, outside the gleaming Crystal Cathedral — now called Christ Cathedral — he built, to memorialize the televangelist and reflect on his mission. Schuller, 88, who died April 2 after a battle with esophageal cancer, went from preaching in his early days at a drive-in theater to speaking to as many as 20 million viewers in nearly 180 countries through the "Hour of Power" show he launched in 1970. Always, his children...

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