Friday, February 16, 2018
St. Joseph's Table Cookbook - 100s of Years of Old World Family Cooking
1 Cookbook - 150 recipes!
Just one recipe makes 5 family favorites.
This recipe (video-short below) needs you!
You need this cookbook! Available at Amazon.com or call (310) 595-4175.
All the proceeds, 100% of sales benefit 80,000 + homeless Americans we serve! Servants of the Father of Mercy, Inc. - Mercy Books
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Monday, February 12, 2018
Friday, February 9, 2018
Who is the "Servants of the Father of Mercy" and what do they do?
The "Servants of the Father of Mercy" is an Association and Catholic ministry of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.
In actuality, it just looks like we help the homeless . . .
But in reality, "Servants of the Father of Mercy" helps middle-class and wealthy people to go to heaven by inviting them to donate their money and hearts, having compassion on the poor homeless. So, that is our mission, "to help people who have homes and wealth to enter the Kingdom of God."
Jesus said: "It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven." Mark 10:25
May God bless you as you follow the "Servants of the Father of Mercy" on social media, and we pray you will have a lot of success taking from your wealth and giving it to the poor. Ultimately, the rich and poor, we can all make it to heaven together!
Prayers and blessings . . .
The Servants of the Father of Mercy Team
Wednesday, February 7, 2018
Well, Marie Foti (Photo 1 - pretty gal in the white dress) recently reminded friends that 2018 is the 10th anniversary of the opening Mass of the Servants of the Father of Mercy. Peter Torsiello (Photo 1 - awesome leader with the guitar) and music group were the worship team for the celebration. It was held at St. Peter's Italian Catholic Church, Chinatown, Los Angeles, January 26, 2008.
However, the first servants began helping the homeless in Los Angeles under the 3rd Street bridge in 2001. All-totaled, we now celebrate 16 years of the privilege of serving the poorest of the poor in Southern California.