Cathy Sullivan once a week has been happily making her Mum’s chicken soup with love for our guests who come to De Mazenod Door. In her story she shares her experience of growing up in St. Patrick’s neighbourhood, her parents witness of faith and joy of serving others.
Nadia Matos volunteered on Pentecost Sunday at the De Mazenod Door Outreach dinner. She shares this experience through the eyes of a volunteer… “helping out in this small way was a gratifying experience, one that, not only fed the hungry but on Pentecost Sunday fed their souls.”
Our parishioner, Christine Hansen, shares how God’s plan revealed itself to her over time, through the insights that God delivered through thoughtful prayer and honest introspection about her life events — good and bad, joyful and painful, hopeful and despairing.
“We have always thought that these animals that we have been gifted with, that we have been blessed to share our lives with, they bring out the best of us. They show us unconditional love, unconditional support… We think it’s important to acknowledge before God in gratitude these beautiful creatures that we get to share our work with, our lives with,” Fr. Tony O’Dell OMI