Incense overload?

November 2013
Our Sunday Visitor;11/24/2013, Vol. 102 Issue 30, p19
The article presents questions and answers related to religion including one on priests who use large quantities of incense at mass and another on the young boy that Jesus drove demons out of near Mount Tabor was not really possessed but just had epilepsy.


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