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Spiritual Life

Ancient religion may face extinction

Farhad D. Panthaki, a Zoroastrian priest, stood in front of a depiction of the prophet Zarathustra . Farhad D. Panthaki, a Zoroastrian priest, stood in front of a depiction of the prophet Zarathustra . (Christina Caturano for the Boston Globe)
By Rich Barlow
January 6, 2007

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As screaming children raced around the hall in joyous play, adult workers readied food in the kitchen, while others set up chairs and tables. The holiday dinner of the Zoroastrian Association of the Greater Boston Area, held in a borrowed church basement in Arlington last month, mingled fellowship and family. (Full article: 838 words)

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