Dedicated to the restoration of a Catholic identity
One of my favorite movies, and the “tradition” part is the best.
I never liked it for reasons best annunciated by Rabbi Daniel Lapin – it makes Tevye sound like he does things just because his father did them. When it is the case that he shares his father’s faith in what is God pleasing, and choosing that route ends up doing the same thing.
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