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Traditions are customs practiced from one generation to the next.
Tradition may refer to:
- In religion:
- Sacred Tradition, the deposit of faith on which some Christian churches' dogma is based
- Traditionalist School, the school of thought incorporating the perennial philosophy
- Tradition (journal), a quarterly journal of Orthodox Jewish thought
- Tradition (Anglicanism), a school of thought within Anglican Christianity
- A lineage or denomination of Wicca
- In music:
- Tradition, Florida, a community in the United States
- other uses
- a barley variety
Traditions may also refer to:
- Traditions (Mage: The Ascension), an alliance of secret societies in the Mage: the Ascension role-playing game
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