COMMENTARY: I was a stranger, and you welcomed me

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CHICAGO — The ancient Greeks believed that hospitality was sacred. They called it “xenia,” the word from which we get “genial” in English. Showing hospitality to strangers and those far from home was a form of worship to the god Zeus, who was the Greek god of, among other things, travelers. In the religiosity of […]

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