COMMENTARY: Small-town faith in the big city

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c. 2008 Religion News Service NEW YORK _ Across 96th Street and three stories down, young families from a nearby Orthodox synagogue shared a festive Sabbath meal. As I finished my evening’s work, I saw two dozen Jews crowded into a living room, laughing and enjoying their common faith, creating a small “village” in the […]

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