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Spiritual Life

Gibson's 'Passion' a matter of choice

By Rich Barlow
Globe Columnist / February 14, 2004

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Ash Wednesday, traditionally advertised by the forehead thumbprints of black that many Christians wear, will arrive Feb. 25 with more fanfare than usual. The start of the Lenten march to Easter will also mark the release of Mel Gibson's film "The Passion of the Christ," which some critics say could exacerbate anti-Semitism. (Full Article: 715 Words)

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