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By Good News Network Tuesday, April 10, 2012
A Sacramento mosque broke religious barriers today when, for the first time, it allowed a Christian congregation inside to hold Easter services.
The Christian Spiritual Life Center lost its lease one week ago, leaving its parishioners without a place to worship for Easter. That’s when Salam Community Center on College Oak Drive offered its mosque.
It was history in the making because, traditionally, non-Muslims are not allowed to hold meetings inside mosques.
(WATCH the video below, or READ the story in via CBS in Sacramento)
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