No room in the Inn

We are all touched by the Christmas description that there was no room at the Inn.Today in every city and town in this country there is no room at the Inn for thousands of men .women and children. They sleep in cars, parks ,under bridges and a host of other unimaginable cold and freezing places. They are often unseen and feel the pain of being homeless most vividly at this time of year while we the fortunate sit around the fireplace and experience the warmth and love of our families and friends. There are those like Sister Mary Scullion and Rob Hess who refuse to accept this as inevitable, and through their dedication many today have shelter and care .It is never to late to join them in providing shelter and food for all of our brothers and sisters.

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