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Trying again to find drama in faith

But NBC's 'Daniel' has drawn criticism even before its premiere

By Suzanne C. Ryan
Globe Staff / January 1, 2006

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Episcopal minister Daniel Webster has no shortage of nagging problems. His boss, the bishop, pops pills. His brother-in-law has gone missing, along with millions in church funds. At home Webster has a teenage daughter who's selling marijuana, a 16-year-old adopted Chinese son who's sleeping with a church member, and a 23-year-old gay son who is mourning the loss of his ... (Full article: 1044 words)

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