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Catholic Diocese of Cleveland – Andrew Hoy >> Explore the ways in which many liturgical communities have become habituated in the “hoarding of grace”—sacramental boundaries explicitly or implicitly excluding others from graced encounters with God, and impeding the Church’s work toward the justice of the Kin-dom of God. Learn about inclusive liturgical practices, sacramental activism, and ways in which you can welcome marginalized people into full sacramental participation. |HS-US-HS*-US*|
October 23 @ 13:45
13:45 — 14:30(45′)
Catholic Diocese of Cleveland
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