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Spiritual Life

Interfaith families face tricky season

By Rich Barlow
March 19, 2005

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As a Catholic, and one married to a Jewish man almost 26 years, JoAnne Zangrillo appreciates the Judaic heritage of her religion. Yet this is a season when reconciling the two faiths can be tricky for the West Newton woman. Though Easter (March 27) and Passover (April 23 to May 1) fall roughly a month apart this year, they often ... (Full article: 851 words)

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