Kenyan priest Chrispin Oneko breaks the stereotype of what a Catholic leader looks like and was one of many clerics chosen to mend the religious crisis in America. International priests, like Oneko, have been recruited to fill empty seats in Catholic churches across the U.S., according to the New York Times. Though some of the new wave of Roman Catholic priests from Africa, Asia and Latin America are struggling to adapt to American custom and practices, they have helped fill the void of Catholic priests in the country.