Friday, October 4, 2002

In Martha's Vineyard, Brazilians flocking to Assemblies of God churches.

Brazilians will tell you that for many of them, their religious awakening actually came when they arrived in America. "In Brazil, they never go to church. When they get here, they think they're alone," says Danielle Andrade, who manages the Copacabana restaurant, a Brazilian diner in Oak Bluffs. "You want something from your country, your language. The same things you think, they think. You feel good when you go to church."

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