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The Body of Christ in “classic suburbia”

The Body of Christ in “classic suburbia”

“If you feel like you are a member of the family, you are a member of the family.” Scenes for St. Jude’s Church in Wantagh, N. Y.


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Jim Naughton

I really like these parish profiles that ENS has been doing. I wish they were a little less clergy heavy. Nothing against the clergy who have been interview. They have all been quite articulate. But I’d love to hear more voices.

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