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Call this a sympathy card

HOW CAN any of us celebrate the death of another man, we who are mortal ourselves? Word came this week that Fred Phelps, the founding pastor of a church more known for protesting at military funerals than for anything of spiritual worth, had died at the age of 84. He died, his family said, of natural causes, demonstrating again that the good die young.

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  • Headline: Call this a sympathy card
  • Publication: Editorial, Pages 16 on 03/22/2014
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