Prayer & Reflection on Homelessness


God our Creator,
unite our voices in a call for justice;
so that no man need ever lay down for the night
on a wooden park bench because he has no home;
so that no woman need ever tuck her children
into the backseat of her car because she has no home;
so that no child need ever wonder,
“Where will I feel safe?” because he has no home;
so that all who wander and all who are in need,
find the shelter and the peace they seek.

Remind us, O God, that we cannot rest
fully secure in our homes each night
until all your children are, at last, home. Amen. (Rabbi Andrea Goldstein)

(Homeless Jesus, by Timothy Schmaltz. Photo Credit: Phil Nash from Wikimedia Commons)


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"Stitching Love, Weaving Hope: "Quilters with a Cause"

St. Al’s Best-Kept Secret 

Monday mornings: 7:30 a.m. -11:00 a.m

St. Al’s quilters enthusiastically get together in O’Malley Hall and produce two finished quilts a week. 
These quilts are donated to charities, schools, and community centers. If you want to help iron, cut, sew, pin, etc. (no experience necessary), come down to O’Malley Hall.