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Byline: Jessie Milligan TRIBUNE REPORTER
A new book of essays mostly written by University of New Mexico professors highlights how New Mexico has welcomed different faiths and has been defined by them.
Ferenc M. Szasz and Richard W. Etulain, editors of "Religion in Modern New Mexico," will sign books 7-8:30 p.m. June 9, Page One, Juan Tabo and Montgomery boulevards Northeast.
New Mexico, it seems, is a state of grace.
Religious symbolism is in its place names, its jewelry, its art. It is on T-shirts and tattoos, even in the graffiti painted on cement block walls.
Religion is in the very physical and cultural landscape of the state, said Ferenc M. Szasz, co-editor along with Richard W. Etulain of "Religion in Modern New Mexico" …