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Lakeville

Far from stares and jeers, pagans affirm their rites

Worshipers express pride, celebrate harvest at Lakeville festival

Mhorrigan, Shannon Regan, 11, and Michelle Kurker of the Moon Tribe perform a ritual during the Southeastern Massachusetts Pagan Pride Day festival. Mhorrigan, Shannon Regan, 11, and Michelle Kurker of the Moon Tribe perform a ritual during the Southeastern Massachusetts Pagan Pride Day festival. (Aram Boghosian/Globe Correspondent)
By L.E. Crowley
Globe Correspondent / September 18, 2008

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The Reverend Kendra Vaughan Hovey, head of the First Church of Wicca in Duxbury, knows all about cold shoulders, hard stares, and verbal assaults. (Full article: 915 words)

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