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Banks, Churches, Nashville, and the "Language Barrier"

Another modest but telling article about the birth of Spanish services in Minnesota churches. The reporter, Brooke Walsh, quotes one of the parishioners as saying, “It doesn’t matter if the language isn’t the same; it’s the presence of God.” An associate pastor at another church said that “even though we may speak a different language, we are part of the same community of Jesus Christ.”

Banks and churches always have room for speakers of other languages. Oh, and I guess Nashville does, too. This last week, Mayor Bill Purcell vetoed an English-only ordinance passed by the city council. “If this ordinance becomes law, Nashville will become a less safe, less friendly and less successful city,” the AP quoted Purcell as saying. “And as mayor, I cannot allow that to happen.”