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Path To Priesthood Took Detours



The Rev. Mike Ingram’s path to the priesthood wasn’t a traditional one.

“I always believed in the back of my mind that God wanted me to be a priest,” said Ingram, who serves as pastor of St. Teresa of Avila Catholic Church in Grovetown. He didn't enter the priesthood until he was in his 40s.


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