To Be Truly Seen

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Mission Statement:

To Be Truly Seen, inspired by our Catholic faith, and guided by the teachings of Jesus Christ, our mission is to provide a moment of acceptance and hospitality for the homeless each day we are there. Rooted in love and compassion, we are dedicated to seving those with dignity and respect, fostering a sense of belonging and community to give them a small sliver of happiness and hope for their day

What We Do:

Once a month, we visit with people who are homeless at the Catholic Charities Dorothy Day Center (DDC) in downtown St. Paul. We distribute needed items donated by fellow parishioners. More importantly though, our visit is intended to relate respect and dignity
to the unknown and unloved while that contact benefits us in charity. We stay together and we work together. We reach a small group of people for a short period of time as Jesus worked.

Every third Saturday of the month we meet at 9:00 am in the Father Pingatore Room at Saint Ambrose. We prepare for the visit and pray together before carpooling to the DDC. We are at the DDC from about 9:45 to 11:30 am.

We conclude our visit with thankful prayer.

Donations needed (please leave them at the parish office)

  • clothes: only new accepted. Mens and womens t-shirts size medium. Mens and womens basic all cotton underwear and socks size medium
  • Toiletries-(travel size) including deoderant, toothbrush, toothpaste, lotion, soap, sunscreen
  • Non -perishable snacks- Fruit snacks,beef jerky, squeezable yogurt, individual snack bags of chips, mini muffins,cookies and juice boxes

How To Join Us:

  • Contact Kellee Wren at [email protected] so that we can get your contact information to add you to our email distribution list.
  • Need to be 18 years or older to participate in this Ministry.

“Many people talk about the homeless, but few talk to them.” Mother Theresa

Baccalaureate Mass for graduating high school seniors: Sunday, June 16th at 1100 Mass.
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