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Spiritual Life

Pairing environmentalism, economic justice

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Falmouth, where the Rev. Robert F. Murphy is minister, maintains a garden that produces organic produce for community members in need. The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Falmouth, where the Rev. Robert F. Murphy is minister, maintains a garden that produces organic produce for community members in need. (JULIA CUMES for the boston globe)
By Rich Barlow
April 21, 2007

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It's not easy being green, unless, that is, you're a spiritual person who lives on Cape Cod. A sturdy environmentalism can be born from the marriage of religion, with its reverence for creation, and a seacoast dweller's appreciation of nature's might. (Full article: 755 words)

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