High on a steel beam with the city sprawled below, Corporal Robert (Bur) Pulliam, RT, is far above the homeless camps and streets he once called home. “Climbing up the beam and waiting for the column to come in,” he told us, “I love it. It’s quiet up there.” Like many professions, iron working is

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No, it’s not yet time for Tent City, but there’s still plenty going on! Toledo has really “adopted” our Veterans Matter program as a community cause proudly created in Toledo which has gone national. Several organizations in our area are having events to raise money for Veterans Matter this year, and there are a lot

“But I Am So Hungry”

Monday, 21 March 2016 by

What do you do when hunger and inequality are staring you in the face? The Third World Family Feast, hosted and presented by students at St. Ursula Academy, presented that dilemma to guests last week. The interactive dinner was designed to make people uncomfortable and get them talking about world hunger. It was a huge

What are you doing for dinner on March 16? How about a feast for the entire family? The second annual St. Ursula Academy Third World Family Feast will be held at St. Ursula starting at 6 p.m. This enlightening interactive dinner is a social experiment to raise awareness and start a dialogue this Lenten season

The holidays are over, and a new year means a new Tent City to plan! Well, we’re planning to plan. It may be only January, but we’ve set the dates for our Tent City 2016 planning meetings. Every October we gather in downtown Toledo to serve, to show compassion to those who often see none.

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