Migration — immigration, trafficking, refugees — involving many kinds of personally and socially life-changing border-crossings is being addressed in preaching and teaching in many religious communities, and this is only heightened in the USA by what is happening in the presidential primaries as we move toward a presidential election this fall.
Practical theologians are contributing to liturgy or worship, to education/teaching, to care and counseling, to preaching, and in many more ways through religious communities at local, regional, national and international levels.
If you are involved in such efforts, or have access to materials, might you please share them here with APT members and friends? What have you or your local community heard, sang, read, written, taught, prayed, counseled, or advocated that you are willing to share with other practical theologians?
Tom Beaudoin, Fordham University
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