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If you're not welcome at church, where are you welcome? Once just a rhetorical question, it has taken on new import in the wake of the recent events in Bertha, Minn., where the Roman Catholic Church got a restraining order to keep a teenager with autism from disrupting its masses.
In fact, disruptions are not at all unusual during services, especially at downtown Minneapolis churches, where clergy deal with everything from people trying to give their own sermons to a man who recently marched down the main aisle of Central Lutheran Church carrying a suspicious-looking aluminum briefcase.
But the clergy, who feel that it's part of their mission to embrace the local communities, take it all in stride.
"We're an open campus that serves a community with a lot of street people," said the Rev. D. Foy Christopherson of Central Lutheran Church, 333 S. 12th St. "And we welcome them with open arms."
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