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Roadside proselytizing rarely works

There’s a church I walk by on the way to my closest library that tends to have pithy and clever write-ups on their lawn sign. I had no camera on hand yesterday but thanks to a pen, paper and the … Continue reading

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Last week I saw a play called The Progressive Polygamists

It was a very hilarious satire that came to Saskatoon for the Fringe. Those in Vancouver should check it out in September. Emmelia Gordon and Pippa Mackie play sister-wives Eden-Grace and Mercy Eve who explain to their audiences how terrific … Continue reading

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Mormons sure know how to have fun…

Depends how you want to define fun, obviously. I found an article from the Mormon Times announcing a new family play exhibit at the Church History Museum focusing on the history of the Mormon church and its Latin American members. … Continue reading

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Gay Mormons have it rough

..um.. maybe I should rethink that title. That winds up sounding kinkier than I intended. But I’m sure it got your attention, which is a good thing because an article I read focused on the fact that gays are treated … Continue reading

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