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African-born clergy and religious serving in the United States already are a step ahead of their American counterparts when it comes to serving those living in the margins.
New Orleans is one of the latest places where monuments to prominent Confederate-era entities are coming down, and for Mayor Mitch Landrieu, it's a decision of conscience.
Biblical hospitality is everyone's responsibility, said Christine Heusinger, associate director of stewardship for the Atlanta archdiocese, in a workshop during the International Catholic Stewardship Council's annual conference.
The Field Hospital: St. Augustine Church, a small church in New Orleans' Tremé neighborhood, hits its milestone Oct. 2.