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Published: Sunday, Dec. 9 2012 12:40 a.m. MST

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dbrbmw
Orem, UT

It is just not that hard for all with different views to get together. A nice lesson learned. It would be nice if this lesson were applied year round.

Cinci Man
FT MITCHELL, KY

dbrbmw

You obviously don't get out much. People work together, go to school together, work on community projects together, shop together, have friends over for dinner, and many other things. Individual choices of religious affiliation doesn't enter into it, nor does race, gender, or gender attraction. What's your point? The media's coverage of stories leads people to believe that every person isolates himself/herself from other by these biases. The real world is quite different than the media portrays it. Or haven't you noticed?

This story is news because it shows that many people don't have these biases. We just live, work, play, and celebrate together the life of Jesus Christ. Don't try to make this into anything more than that. Chill!

Zusya
Los Angeles, CA

This is NOT an "interfaith" event; it is intrafaith. There is only one faith represented, and only one faith observed by the participants: Christianity. Referring to this as interfaith is disrespectful to all non-Christians.

Craig Clark
Boulder, CO

In a strife-torn world of different walks of life, we too seldom see people focus on what they have in common. The miracle of Christmas is that it transcends denominationalism with a universal message of hope for Peace on Earth, Good Will Toward Men.

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