Part of the reason Deacon Joseph Mack joined the diaconate in 1983 was to repay God for helping him survive countless brushes with death during World War II. Deacon Mack, a native of Endicott, N.Y. who now lives in Macedon, fought on the European front and survived battles in France and Germany that left his Army division decimated. Seventy years later he talks about how his faith helped him endure the stresses of war.
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