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Rabbi Seth Castleman pours water on his daughter Liah Castleman’s hands with the help of his wife, the Rev. Elizabeth Griswold, during the hand-washing ceremony at Sunday's Celebration of Abraham. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo

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Building a bridge

By From page A4 | January 28, 2014

The 11th annual Celebration of Abraham on Sunday sought to help individuals find their own specific expression of loving kindness. The Community Center at St. James Catholic Church was filled with members of those who follow the Abrahamic faiths, including Rabbi Seth Castleman, who washed his daughter Liah Castleman’s hands along with his wife, the Rev. Elizabeth Griswold, during the hand-washing ceremony. Groups also designed T-shirts with themes of loving kindness.

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