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FAITH MATTERS: Elitism Rears Head

POVERTY REAL FOR MANY KIDS

Posted: November 3, 2012 at 5 a.m.

Ioverhead some people talking at a local coff ee shop Thursday about Halloween and the best costumes they saw. I took that as an opportunity to chime in about the magnifi cent, museumworthy cardboard costumes I made for my children. Very quickly, however, they grew tired of my detailed and unsolicited descriptions of the Headless Horseman, Alien Knight and giant slice of pepperoni pizza. Go fi gure.

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Religion, Pages 10 on 11/03/2012

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