Multiethnic churches still rare across nation

As a young white minister, Michael Catt said he was fired from a Mississippi church for quoting Martin Luther King Jr. He never forgot it. “Getting fired … was really a pivotal, defining moment for me,” he said.

Now 58, he’s pastor of Sherwood Baptist Church in Albany, Ga., and among a few churches taking steps to create — and maintain — multiethnic congregations more than half a century after King…

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