Where is God in times of tragedy?

On Friday August 10th four people lost their lives in a deadly shooting. Two civilians and two Police Officers lost their lives and their families will never be the same. Children will grow up without parents, and spouses without their significant others. The neighborhood where the violence occurred will not be the same. The Police …

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Jesus, The Bread From Heaven, Feeds Our Souls

We eat everyday and we understand that food sustains our lives. Food provides us with nutrition and energy and without it our life would waste away. After feeding the 5000 in the wilderness, an event that would clue in the Israelites that someone like Moses had arisen from God's people, Jesus tells the crowd who …

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WAM uses a borrowed food truck to feed people in one of Saint John’s poorest neighbourhoods By Gisele McKnight – December 19, 2017 0 344

(Republished with permission from the diocese of Fredericton’s e-news.) “Food truck! Food truck!” Those screams of delight greet a dedicated team of three as the Salvation Army emergency disaster response truck pulls up to the Carleton Community Centre on the Lower West Side of Saint John. There is no emergency tonight, but there are dozens …

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