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The NYTimes asks readers about the welcome of worship places

The NYTimes asks readers about the welcome of worship places

The Booming blog at the nytimes.com invites readers to tells stories of welcome at their places of worship.

Every week we offer The Friday Question, a feature that asks for your opinion and insights about things that have to do with the boomer era…

…Today, we’re asking about something that is never supposed to be discussed among proper society: religion.

How inclusive is your place of worship?

This was spurred by a lovely piece Jane Gross wrote earlier this week on one of the first temples to welcome gay men and women.

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