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"We can often keep our relationships with Christians of other churches in a special compartment, separate from our regular devotions, let alone from our everyday lives.  However, there are families where this is not possible. There are those where husband and wife are both committed, practising Christians, yet from different denominations. Many couples from different religious traditions relegate their faith to the background of their marriages, but there are also many who refuse to let the Church's divisions mar what they share and who seek to build up a united christian family." from "Mixed Marriages Spearhead the Interchurch Process", summer 1990, by Ian Walter

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