Local residents, clergy and elected officials gathered at the Pilgrim United Church of Christ Sunday evening for the City of New Bedford Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr Day of Remembrance & Community Program.
For the past ten years, the local faith community has come together to offer support to the city's school teachers and administrators. That tradition is set to continue as the new school year approaches.
Reverend Rich O'Donnell, a Catholic priest from Burlington, Vermont, was faced with a steady decline of mass attendees over the years, and like many in the church, struggle with ideas on how to change that.
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