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Religious Roundtable

AIR DATE: December 24, 2009

A priest, a rabbi and an imam ... it sounds like the start of a joke. But no, we're bringing them together with a couple of other religious leaders to examine the state of faith in Southern Nevada. The rapid growth and transience of the community used to be blamed for the difficulty of building congregations. Now that growth has ground to a halt and recession grips the community, are religious groups still facing the same problems. Five local leaders give us their perspectives on the spiritual life of the community.

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