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How does Friar Lawrence respond when he sees Juliet's parents in agony over their daughter's death.?

A: He tells them the truth of her marriage to Romeo

B: He tells them she is Happy in Heaven

C: He runs away in shame hiding with his guilt

I think maybe A but not sure could be B since they are in agony

Please help..Thanks

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