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Subject: Veterans' Resource Center

Date: February 10, 2016





Dear Fr. Wilson,

I just wanted to thank you for opening up the 3rd grade’s service project to the entire parish. I truly felt like “the hands and feet of Christ” when I was dropping off the warm clothes for the homeless veterans. It was heartwarming to see the excitement on some of the men’s faces and to hear them talking about how wonderful it would be to have the warm clothing (and calling dibs on certain items J). There were about 7 homeless men who helped unload my car and one very grateful outreach coordinator overseeing the endeavor. The coordinator, Lisa, said it could not have come at a better time, as her shelves were almost empty and the cold snap was upon us.


We are blessed!

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Mt 28:19
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Corporal Works of Mercy
  • Feed the hungry
  • Give drink to the thirsty
  • Clothe the naked
  • Ransom the captives
  • Shelter the homeless
  • Visit the sick
  • Bury the dead
Spiritual Works of Mercy
  • Admonish sinners
  • Instruct the ignorant
  • Counsel the doubtful
  • Comfort the sorrowful
  • Bear wrongs patiently
  • Forgive all injuries
  • Pray for the living & the dead