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Finding one’s place in the world is difficult. The same applies to people of faith, as they practice their beliefs, often under scrutiny and even opposition.
For too many, holiness invokes the image of someone who looks down on others, sneering behind another’s back. Hypocrisy sneaks in, as well, conjuring the idea of “cherry-picking” virtues and vices.
“We are proud of our heritage,” George Klingos said June 16, seated at a table in the empty dining room of the Vegas Diner, in North Wildwood.