Feb 17, 2016

Nuns who help needy face eviction in S.F.’s Tenderloin - SFGate

Nuns who help needy face eviction in S.F.’s Tenderloin In a dingy little Tenderloin kitchen, two French-speaking nuns have devoted the past eight years to feeding the homeless, with their only income being what they eke out from selling handmade pastries at farmers’ markets. The sisters of the Fraternite Notre Dame Mary of Nazareth Soup Kitchen sleep in a tiny room in the back and do nothing...

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