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So … a 52-year-old Jewish mother meets an 89-year-old nun at a triathlon … sounds kind of like the start of a joke, right? Except it’s not. I’m the Jewish mom, and Sister Madonna Buder is the nun. We were on different paths in life, and yet our paths converged. Here’s how it happened, and
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