Legal ministry helps people with ‘nowhere else to go’

Lisa Johnston
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Forget all the lawyer shows you've seen on television. What attorney Marie Kenyon does is a ministry. Kenyon is approaching her 25th year with the Catholic Legal Assistance Ministry, the Catholic Charities agency that helps the people Kenyon calls "the working poor" to have their day in court. The managing attorney of Catholic Legal Assistance Ministry, Kenyon said, "There's a reason this is called a ministry. This is something we are called to do."

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