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Immigration officials to deport Utah family who fled anti-Mormon threats
MR says: This family fled Argentina after being threatened for being LDS. In the U.S., they work as artists, creating glass windows for LDS temples. After 10 years of living here, they're being deported.Artistic glass adorning LDS Church temples and other buildings around the world bears the creative handiwork of Debora Zalazar and her husband, Claudio Correa.
The Argentine couple moved to Utah to work on projects that reflect their deeply held religious beliefs. Zalazar is meticulous about creating scriptural scenes on stained glass. Correa painstakingly etches each flower and scroll to the last detail, including all the glass in the Draper Temple.
"Everything they do is filled with real spiritual energy," said Cathy Torlina, director of Holdman Studios in Lehi where Zalazar and Correa are contract workers. "They bring their faith to their work, be it secular or religious."
But since a knock at their door about 6 a.m. last Friday, they've had to steer that faith in a different direction.
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