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Speaking to the Soul: Holy Week Terrors

In the long history of Christianity, Holy Week has been a time of terror. Enraged Christians have attacked Jews, Muslims, and even members of other Christian sects, slaughtering or expelling them, burning their homes and confiscating their belongings.

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Two Episcopal Churches Vandalized With Racist Messages

Content Warning: racist, antisemitic, and homophobic language used in vandalism.

Episcopal churches in Maryland and Indiana were vandalized with pro-Trump, racist messages last night. In Silver Spring, Maryland, the Church of Our Savior, Hillandale found “Trump nation whites only” scrawled in rough black letters on a brick wall in their memorial garden and on the back of the banner advertising their Spanish-language services. The banner was also slashed. St. David’s Church in Bean Blossom, Indiana was spray painted with a swastika […]

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