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Saint John’s University Campus Ministry, SJUfaith – Patrick Martin >> Last May, six college students made a pilgrimage to South Minneapolis—the place where George Floyd was murdered at the hands of police in May of 2020. Learn how a pilgrimage model can be applied for students, parishioners, and campus ministers for enacting awareness of local social justice issues. |US-US*-AFVF-P|
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