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Palin visits Old North Church and gets confused

Palin visits Old North Church and gets confused

The Boston Herald carries the story about the Vicar of the Old North Church, the Rev. Stephen Ayres, and Sarah Palin’s visit and resulting confusion about Paul Revere and his role in the Revolution.


Though the Herald read the essay as defending Palin, Ayres has already disputed on his Facebook page the Herald’s portrayal of his essay as a defense of Palin. Read the essay at Daily Episcopalian today and make up your own mind.

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