News: Episcopal News Service November 12, 2015


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November 12, 2015


A refugee holding her baby on her shoulder is seen through a regional train window after boarding at the main railway station in Munich, Germany in September. Photo: REUTERS/Michaela Rehle

‘What if it were you?’ Responding to the refugee crisis in Germany
A Muslim man from Pakistan stands to share the peace during a Sunday morning service at Church of the Ascension in Munich. It may be different from the kind of worship he’d been used to at his mosque in Peshawar, but he’s one of several refugees who’ve found a welcoming community at the Episcopal parish after being forced to flee extremism and persecution.

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