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"I had longed to find a community in the Church rooted in social justice, a community committed to bearing witness to the injustices of our world."
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How might I show up to service every day feeling as if I have a limitless supply of socks—even when I may not? How can I constantly return to a place of abundance, even in the midst of what feels like scarcity?
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Every American has some form of access to education, but most Americans do not know what it’s like to be a gang member—this is where Homeboy Industries comes into the picture.