One LA Connects 'Recognizing the Stranger' to USCCB Eucharistic Revival

In June, 113 parish leaders from 12 South LA, San Gabriel Valley, Mid-City, and Downtown Los Angeles congregations gathered for 'Recognizing the Stranger' leadership training.  The session featured a teaching by Michael Donaldson, Archdiocesan Director of Life, Justice & Peace about the social dimension of the eucharist. Over the course of two days, participants practiced the skills of breaking through isolation and rebuilding relationships across diverse communities.

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