By Kathy Routliffe, Contact Reporter, Pioneer Press, November 15, 2016 2:02pm

Asked Monday what people of faith can do to help the world, Father Michael Pfleger advised listeners to pray, especially in the wake of last week's presidential election.

"I'd say, pray every day. I pray when I feel scared, and since last Tuesday, I feel real scared about the world; a lot of people feel scared," Pfleger, pastor of Chicago's St. Sabina Catholic Church, told an audience of more than 150 people at Kenilworth Union Church.

But Pfleger, who spoke at the church as part of its "Public Affairs: Your City and State 2016-2017" program, said nothing else about the election of Donald Trump. ... READ the full article at " Be first responders to save at-risk youth, Pfleger urges Kenilworth audience"  

Photo: Father Michael Pfleger ponders a question during a talk he gave Nov. 14 at Kenilworth Union Church. Pfleger, pastor of Chicago's St. Sabina Catholic Church, talked about efforts to reduce gang violence and other interconnected problems to more than 150 listeners. (Kathy Routliffe / Pioneer Press)