Tom Collora is the manager of Culinaria, a grocery store in downtown St. Louis. He is also a Roman Catholic. That's why there's a crucifix hanging behind his desk in the customer service department.  But the crucifix has drawn the ire of from Jewish customers -- some of whom have complained to the local chapter of the Anti-Defamation League.

In a nutshell, some of the customers said God and groceries don't mix and they want the crucifix bagged.

For the time being, Culinaria's parent company, Schnucks, is standing by Mr. Collora. They gave him permission to display the religious symbol. A spokesperson for the company said they did so out of respect for him and his faith.

The ADL said it is not a fight they want to tackle.

It's worth noting that no one has lodged such complaints against Chinese restaurants for displaying statues of Buddha.

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