“Love ought to show itself in deeds over and above words.” ~St Ignatius de Loyola
Hello to all. I hope everyone is doing well. It’s time for our 2016 EASTER Feed the Homeless event.
Next week on February 10 is Ash Wednesday, this marks the beginning of Lent. During this season of Lent let us be reminded why Christ died on the cross. One of the communal disciplines of Lent is alms giving, this is our project. We have to share Christ’s suffering and those of the homeless by charity. We are all capable to sharing and caring. Any act of charity is greatly appreciated, be it monetary, in kinds, your time and prayers so we can continue doing our Labor of Love mission to feed the hungry. Love if not shared is not love at all. Please share your Love for Christ through our poor brethren.
This is one of my favorite insights from Mother Theresa of India….
“I am not sure exactly what heaven will be like, but I know that when we die and it comes time for God to judge us, He will not ask, “How many good things have you done in your life? “ rather, He will ask, “How much love did you put into what you did?” Please let us make our love for the poor count….
Kindly share our blog to your families and friends and invite them to join us in serving the poor this Easter.
On this Easter event we are going to feed 1000 people, that is 200 people more!!!
Here is the list of our Easter care bag :
Ham and cheese bolillo sandwich
Mini chocolate bars
March 18, 2016, Friday – Preparation , any time after 2 pm at our house.
March 19, 2016, Saturday 7 a.m. – Final Preparation and Distribution in Downtown LA.
For those who want to donate money, you may send us by mail to this address:
809 South Gaybar Ave.
West Covina, CA 9179
Please join us and invite your families and friends in celebrating Christ’s resurrection through our poor brothers and sisters. I look forward to this Easter Event and I pray for your continuing support of our mission to feed the hungry. We are in need of volunteers for the preparation and distribution of our care bags.
Serving the Lord through our less fortunate brethren is awesome experience, please encourage your children and grandchildren to participate.
Thank you, take care and God bless,
Tony, Shirley and Kiko