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Downton Abbey series finale aired in the US this past Sunday [Spoilers!]

After much ado about the lack of religion in the series, liturgy fans will have noted the (no spoilers!) major wedding was not only held in a church, but the priest even wore the proper stole.

The 9th episode in the American run ran as the Christmas special in England, and the 95 minute episode plots the satisfyingly predictable twists and turns in the lives of the Crawley family as they close out the year 1925 and end the saga of Downton Abbey.

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