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Don’t miss the Science Times section of The New York Times today: it’s filled with religious kitsch and memorabilia!

Ever wanted to see that famous Tennessee cinnamon roll that boasts the face of Mother Teresa? Or the Florida grilled cheese sandwich with an apparition of Mother Mary on one of its Wonder Bread slices (and that sold on EBay for $28,000)? Or Jesus on the half shell?

Between the articles “Faces, Faces Everywhere,” and “A Familiar Prescient Voice, Brought to Life” (about Carl Sagan’s legacy in conversations about the intersect between science and religion), this “Science Times” is a must-read and must-see.

I know I’d heard about the famous cinnamon bun–but I’d never actually seen it in the dough! Ha.
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