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Speaking to the Soul: To Be Known

The desire of each of us to be truly known to someone is not something I would previously have included on a list of basic human needs. But, getting to know individuals who are experiencing homelessness has seriously impacted my perspective.

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The faces of homelessness today

There are three categories of people in the U.S. at risk of becoming homeless: those over 50, veterans and LGBTQ youth. Let’s take a look a closer look at these groups and the hardships they face.

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Is your church helping folks prepare for winter?

St Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral in Buffalo, under interim dean Rev. Will Mebane, has created a “Garden of Warmth” for people who need gloves, hats, and other cold-weather gear.
What is your church doing to help folks survive through the cold months ahead?

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On helping the homeless

In the Magazine this month we’re exploring the role of money in the life of faith and in the life of the church. In this piece, Timothy Dombeck offers his perspective on giving (or not) to the homeless

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