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PALM SUNDAY

THE MOTHER OF ONE OF MY GIRLFRIENDS WOULD NEVER ALLOW HER TO DO
ANYTHING BUT SIT AT HOME ON PALM SUNDAY. HER MOTHER FELT THAT
THIS PRACTICE WOULD PREPARE HER FOR THE SPIRITUAL SIGNIFICANCE OF
THE RESURRECTION SINCE IT WAS A TYPE OF MORTIFICATION.

Submitter comment: THIS WOMAN'S NATIONALITY WAS ITALIAN.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT

Keyword(s): RELIGIOUS CUSTOM

Subject headings: 663 Palm Sunday
CUSTOM FESTIVAL -- Spring Planting Tuesday

Date learned: 02-22-1970

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