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The historic church of Carondelet Markham on the south side of St. Louis was dwindling in membership, only 17 members a few years back. Then one day a refugee from Liberia showed up with her two daughters looking for a welcoming place to worship and to sing. The Rev. Susan Finley and the congregation opened their arms in servanthood in the most complete sense. Now Carondelet Markham is the home of dozens of families, some with deep roots in this working class community and many more from a homeland that is thousands of miles away.
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