August 21, 2010
by Laura Misjak
BURTON, Michigan - The Rev. Steven Anderson has been at the helm of Burton's Holy Redeemer Catholic Church for about a month, but he isn't a typical priest.
Anderson is a husband, father and grandfather.
"I'm unique, but I'm not a black sheep, because the priests and the bishops I've worked with have all been very welcoming, " said Anderson, 52. "The people of the churches I've been to have been very welcoming. It's just a great relationship."
Read the rest of the article at the Flint Journal.
Hat tip to Mary Ann Mueller
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