Church unity doesn't mean an artificial harmony, archbishop says
NOTRE DAME, Ind. — Unlike efforts at national unity in the United States, Church unity does not depend on "bringing people's diversity into something of an artificial harmony that seeks to minimize the uniqueness and distinctiveness of people," Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory of Atlanta said May 7 at a national meeting on cultural diversity.
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