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Feeding the hungry on Perspectives Weekly tonight

April 15, 2016
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In this special Jubilee Year, we are invited to remember the corporal works of mercy. One of them is to feed the hungry. Every day, all over the world, people have been doing this and the Church has been doing it for 2000 years. In Toronto, Sr. Margaret Patterson of the Congregation of Notre Dame runs a breakfast club for elementary school children. Join me, Deacon Pedro tonight, as we speak about her vocation, about mercy and the challenges and joys of caring for the hungry.
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