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Sunday, September 2, 2012

Women embrace ancient traditions of covering

First communicants wear veils at North American Martyrs Parish in Seattle. Many of the girls and women at the Catholic church regularly wear the mantilla, a symbol of sacredness. Rev. Gerard Saguto says he sees more women gravitating towards the veil and dressing conservatively as a response to the moral climate in society.

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