You are a rich nation but on your streets I saw a man lying
drunk and no one picked him up, no one seemed to bother about him, no
one tried to restore to him his human dignity, to bring back to him the
sense that he is a brother, a child of God.
~ Mother Teresa
Our Daily Bread Soup
"Jesus in the Bread Line" Muriel
In front of Our Daily Bread
Front Views of Our Daily
Saint Francis Xavier
Located across the street from Our
Moms and Friends,
Below is a thank you letter to YOU (not to me... I'm just the
person who passes your good will on
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like a small amount ... but this adds up in time! Your purchases also
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do~ you make it possible!!
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Christ chose to be born in
poverty and took poor men as his disciples; he himself became the
servant of the poor and so shard their condition that whatever good or
harm was done to the poor, he said he would consider done to himself.
Since God loves the poor, he also loves the lovers of the poor.
~ Saint Vincent De Paul~
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you for your contribution!
The care of the poor and needy is
not the responsibility of the State only. Every person must be
concerned with his brothers' and sisters' needs.
~ Mother Teresa~
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