- Apr 2, 2020
During this weekend, the liturgical year of the Church observes the high feast of Christ the King. It might seem odd or stretched, but the feast day shares a common message with Thanksgiving.
Moved by their own good fortune at dodging recent hurricanes, a Miami community expressed their gratitude by sending a convoy of volunteers and donations to Hurricane Michael’s ground zero in the state’s panhandle region in time for Thanksgiving.
The Indianapolis Council of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul host what they believe to be the largest food pantry in the Midwest, if not in the country, giving out groceries to 3,000 families each week.
Thanksgiving should be a daily attitude rather than an annual observance, according to an American Indian leader in Pennsylvania.
For the past 34 years, the Knights council, has hosted Thanksgiving for folks in the community who might need a little help or a little company.