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Remembering Good Friday

March 30, 2013

A small crowd follows the Cross as it’s carried past the bars on South Broadway in Salem, one of 12 stops along a journey meant to remind area residents about Good Friday and the sacrifice Christ......

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Mar-30-13 12:12 PM

I totally agree!

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Mar-30-13 12:10 PM

Grammarpolice, I believe that the people of this town would indeed show respect for any such event sponsored by a faith different than their own. Salem people are good people. You have to move out of the area to understand that. When I read the comments the other day that Salem was turning into Youngstown, Detroit and Chicago, I had to laugh. You truly have to step back and leave the town before you realize what a treasure it is, and its people, in my opinion.

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Mar-30-13 12:03 PM

I'm all for it, assuming that respect, reverence, and dignity would also be shown for any Jewish, Muslim, or any other religious group that would wish to perform a similar action in Salem.

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Mar-30-13 8:56 AM

This is why I love Salem. In other parts of the country, the teacher in Florida, I believe, ordered his students to stomp on a paper with the word "Jesus" on it. This town's people have values, in my opinion, such as respect, reverence, dignity, love of family and country, a desire to educate and better oneself, sacrifice and patriotism. If this event was held in some cities in our country, it would be met with rocks, jeers, and disrespectful crowds.

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