Refuge of faith: Catholic Charities, Temple B’nai Israel welcome refugee Muslim family to Oklahoma City

By Carla HintonReligion editorchinton@oklahoman.comMichael Korenblit had to have help creating the sign he held up at Will Rogers World Airport.
He didn't know the Myanmar language but the education director at his Jewish temple quickly did some research.
Thus the smiling Edmond man holding his colorful sign were among the first sights that greeted a refugee family from Myanmar (formerly Burma) when they arrived in Oklahoma City in March.
The sign said "Welcome.Read more on NewsOK.com

By Carla Hinton
Religion editor
chinton@oklahoman.com

Michael Korenblit had to have help creating the sign he held up at Will Rogers World Airport.

He didn't know the Myanmar language but the education director at his Jewish temple quickly did some research.

Thus the smiling Edmond man holding his colorful sign were among the first sights that greeted a refugee family from Myanmar (formerly Burma) when they arrived in Oklahoma City in March.

The sign said "Welcome.
Read more on NewsOK.com

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