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Touchiness About Religious Figures’ Portrayal Not Unique to Islam

A group of Benedictine nuns from Massachusetts had just arrived in Washington, D.C. to march in an annual anti-abortion rally, when they saw a sign outside the National Museum of Women in the Arts announcing an ongoing exhibit. “Meet Mary,” it said. The nuns belong to the order known as the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, whose members consecrate their lives to the woman they call “The Blessed Mother” of Jesus. The rally wasn’t until later, and the exhibit was showcasing more...

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