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McGreevey & Gluten

Christianity Today Blog:

Oh, and maybe there's another religious angle: McGreevey thinks that breaking your marriage vows to have a homosexual relationship is cause for resigning a governmental post. The Episcopal Church USA apparently believes it's no barrier to becoming a bishop.
Oh, dis!
Also via CTB, this story on communion and celiac sprue disease, wherein an 8-year-old girl in Trenton may not receive a wafer made of rice, though she cannot ingest wheat without harming her health. Sounds like a story worth following up on elsewhere, given that:
Celiac disease, also known as gluten intolerance, is a genetic disorder that affects an estimated one in 133 Americans.

August 15, 2004 in Christian | Permalink

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This is a problem for yidden, too, Stevie. You can't make a hamotzi on rice challa or be yotzei matza on pesach with rice matza. Many children with developmental disorders like autism or Aspberger's Syndrome are put on gluten-free diets, and what are they supposed to do?

Posted by: Mike Da Kike | Aug 24, 2004 1:22:20 PM