Saint Augustine Feeds Needy on Christmas

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CLEVELAND, Ohio – Saint Augustine Church opened its doors to thousands of people in need Christmas morning.

Not only does the church provide Christmas dinner, but they also provide a hot breakfast.

Volunteers arrived at 6 a.m. to start cooking the big meal.

The church hires charter buses to pick up homeless people from shelters to get them to breakfast.

The guests were allowed to stay until 11:00 a.m.

Saint Augustine’s will also be open for lunch and dinner.

3 comments

  • Ivan

    What needy? The average family of 4 receives over $60,000 a year in welfare benefits! In the state of Pennsylvania, a single mother of 3 receives up to $80,000 a year in welfare benefits!

    There are no “poor” in this country…. When was the last time you ever heard of somebody starving in America? The so called “poor” are not suffering from malnutrition, they are suffering from obesity.

    As long as we keep taking away the incentive to work with the cradle to grave welfare handouts, there is no reason for people to get a job. We now have 4th and 5th generations of the same families living on welfare, do you really believe that in over 60 years, not a single member of these families was able to find a job?

  • Jujubean

    This is the only good thing to happen this season, they judge one another and promote hate. For the difference is men, but they feed the poor. Jesus will give you a point, but god will get you on your judgement of others.

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