The dean of Washington National Cathedral called Thursday for two stained glass windows that depict the controversial Confederate flag to be replaced. Reverend Gary Hall said the windows — installed in 1953 and depicting Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson — were no longer appropriate. ‘It is time to take those windows out,’ Hall said in a statement, eight days after a young white supremacist murdered nine blacks in an African-American church in Charleston, South Carolina. ‘Here, in 2015, we know that celebrating the lives of these two men, and the flag under which they fought, promotes neither healing nor reconciliation, especially for our African-American sisters and brothers.’ The final decision on replacing the windows rests with the governing bodies of the towering neo-Gothic Episcopal church that Congress has designated as America’s national house of prayer. The June 17 massacre at Emanuel

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