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EPPN blogs address poverty in Lenten series

The Episcopal Public Policy Network is addressing domestic and worldwide poverty, publishing blogs each Wednesday during Lent.

Today’s post, “Engaging Poverty Through Housing,” explores the racial, economic and gender violence-related roadblocks for homeless and profiles St. Francis Center in the Diocese of Colorado, “a ‘place of peace’ for men and women who are homeless in metro Denver.”

“On a single night in January 2013, there were 610,042 people experiencing homelessness in the United States, including 215,344 people who were living in unsheltered […]

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