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March 24, 2013 12:00 AM

CUMMINGS: Donkey Sunday

Christians focus on the “palms” of Palm Sunday, but they should focus on the donkey. Today should be called: Donkey Sunday. This is the day the Gospels say Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey, and his followers spread palm branches -- like a red carpet -- before him. But the big deal was the donkey not the palms.

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