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Wednesday, December 31, 2003


Growing up in 90% Catholic Buffalo, I noticed that statues of the Blessed Virgin Mary could be easily found in working-class neighborhoods and suburbs but never in upper-class areas. In The Banners: Why are rich people afraid of the Virgin Mary?, author Peggy Noonan, never afraid to write candidly about religion, explains why.