The Way It Is | James Hulett of Guthrie Bicycle 

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Recently released photos show LDS missionaries mocking the Catholic faith at the Sangre de Cristo shrine in San Luis, Colo. Some images included missionaries pretending to sacrifice each other on an altar at the shrine. City Weekly asked James Hulett, of Guthrie Bicycle if he thought this was indicative of a failing in missionary sensitivity training?

“I’ve been back [from my mission] for three weeks. I can tell you, there’s no shortage of training the missionaries receive in how to be considerate of other faiths. There are strict mission rules about not putting yourself in a position to offend others. Their actions were definitely their choice and are just indicative of a low level of maturity.”

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