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The Book of Judith

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Christmas Eve in the melting pot

The clash between family tradition and the American protestant tradition was even more plangent with my sister’s new church. The Polish tradition is to have a large meal on Christmas Eve and then go to midnight mass. The American protestant tradition is to have a church service on Christmas Eve, and then the large meal […]

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Gibralter and Christmas

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Why there was no room at the inn

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Leaving a religion

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