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Social justice in the Church starts with encountering Christ, LEM speaker says

Fr. Don Archambault draws on his experiences as inner-city pastor during presentation for Sacred Heart's Lay Ecclesial Ministry speaker series.


In order to understand Catholic social teaching in its fullest dimension, it's important to have one's eyes fixed on Jesus, Fr. Donald Archambault said in a lecture given as part of the Lay Ecclesial Ministry annual speaker series through Sacred Heart Major Seminary.

In his presentation, titled “Unleashing the Gospel through Catholic Social Teaching in our Daily Lives and Ministry,” Fr. Archambault drew on his experience as pastor at Corpus Christi Parish in Detroit for more than 30 years and his subsequent community outreach efforts in the neighborhood.



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Sacred Heart Major Seminary is a Christ-centered Catholic community of faith and higher learning committed to forming leaders who will proclaim the good news of Christ to the people of our time. As a leading center of the New Evangelization, Sacred Heart serves the needs of the Archdiocese of Detroit and contributes to the mission of the universal Church.