A memorial Mass is being held for the 32 victims of the cruise ship Costa Concordia which ran aground on an island off the western coast of Italy a year ago today.
A minute's silence is scheduled for 9:45pm - the exact time that the cruise ship slammed into a reef near the island of Giglio.
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