In our September/October 2004 issue, the caption to a photograph of the Unification Church sanctuary in Washington, D.C., appearing on page 15 in Anna Kaplan’s article, “The Moon’s the Limit,” incorrectly states that the building was “built by a division of the Masonic Order.” The sanctuary was actually built by the Mormons. Anna Kaplan didn’t write the caption and the editorial staff regrets the error.
In the same issue, in Robin Jacobs’ article, “Is Scientology in Your Schools?” David Touretzky’s last name was accidentally misspelled on page 21. And the quote from him, in which he said he “stood in a Church of Scientology building in Los Angeles, faced a photo of L. Ron Hubbard on the wall, and clapped” had originally been followed by “(I was attending an ‘event’ as a guest and it was only polite to clap along with the cultists.)” The editorial staff, in removing the reference to “cultists,” didn’t intend to make Mr. Touretzky sound like a former Scientologist.
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