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We should follow Dr. King's lead

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By Staff

In his attempt to improve others’ quality of life, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. lost his. Although he died almost 40 years ago, the many ways he benefited American society live on.

It was fitting that St. Monica Catholic Church was filled Monday with those who wanted to celebrate his life and legacy with scripture, song and instruction.

The Rev. Bruce Shaw Sr., Pleasant View Baptist Church, Louisville, brought the message and urged the crowd to consciously work to strengthen our country, which starts with strengthening the family.


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