Although the feast of Martin Luther King jr falls on the day of his "heavenly birthday" — that is, the day of his death — it seems that the people of God are choosing to follow the secular practice, and many churches observe him on his birthday, January 15, or the Monday designated as a holiday. This morning, the parishes of the Bronx gathered at Church of the Mediator and celebrated the life and ministry of Dr King, with a fine sermon by Archdeacon Parnell, and the opportunity for Bishop Coadjutor-Elect Dietsche to celebrate. It was an uplifting and joyous celebration, and the offering will support the Martin Luther King Jr Memorial Scholarship Fund of the Bronx Council.
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