The Shepherd's Voice
Archbishop Joseph Naumann teaches the Catholic Faith by interviewing Catholics who live it.

Archbishop Naumann talks to Rachel Clark, Community Sponsorship Coordinator, for the Catholic Charities' Refugee Resettlement program.

Since around 1975 when the Archdiocese started helping resettle refugees from the Vietnam conflict Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas has developed into one of the largest resettlement sites in Kansas, with most refugees coming from Southeast Asia's Myanmar, formerly known as Burma. Their Refugee Resettlement Services offer programs and services designed to provide social and emotional support to refugees including English language classes, citizenship preparation, case management, employment support and more.  They have many great ways for people to live out their discipleship of Jesus through the works of mercy by volunteering.


Direct download: 2024_3-3_Catholic_Char_Refugees_mixdown.mp3
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