Feeding the Hungry with GoodnessPosted: March 18, 2015 | Author: Fr. Leo
Grace Before Meals makes every effort to work with other groups to feed the hungry. That’s why it was a pleasure to work with Catholic Relief Services Rice Bowl Program. Filming the recipes and sharing the message about the countries that benefit reminds me of the power of food and the much needed efforts of our Grace Before Meals Movement. With the CRS Rice Bowl Program, you can address the hungers of the body and for the soul. I hope you you’re enjoying these recipes and the videos. If you’ve not had a chance to cook these up for your family on a Friday, then cook it any day of the week! They’re delicious any day of the week!
Click HERE for the recipe for Fattet Laban from Lebanon.
Recently, Grace Before Meals had another opportunity to take our message internationally. We collaborated with the US Ambassador to the Holy See, Ambassador and Mrs. Hackett. Along with the Chef Matteo, one of the staff for the Embassy’s diplomatic core, I cooked a meal to support a religious convent that helps victims involved in human trafficking. We cooked a meal for these young women and their children – a small gesture – but one filled with God’s love.
As we approach the remaining weeks of Lent, consider how we can feed the hungry in our world. When we feed others, we experience a fulfillment in our soul. We really experience the satisfaction with God’s love.
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Let us pray:
“Father, give to us the grace to feed the hungry in our world. Help us to hear the cries of the poor. Teach us ways to keep the Christian message in our hearts so that we can fill the hungers of others. Bless the work of CRS Rice Bowl Program and the US Embassy to the Holy See efforts to assist those victims of human trafficking. May the remaining weeks of Lent be a time of inspiration, mercy and compassion. We ask this through Christ our Lord.”