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Advanced Advanced Dungeons & Dragons - S5-E10

Corrected entry: When Shirley finds out her character is a druid, she crosses herself, however, she crosses from right to left, the Orthodox cross, as opposed to the Catholic cross from left to right. Either way, Shirley is established as a Baptist, and they don't make the Sign of the Cross. (00:03:00)

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Correction: As you pointed out, Shirley is Baptist and isn't aware how Orthodoxes make the sign of the cross. However, her established religion has no bearing on her making the sign of the cross, nor is it against her religion to make the sign.

Bishop73

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