Vessels of Mercy Retreat


Deb Knapke, left, and Precious Blood Brother Nick Renner, both of St. Henry, dish up some Sopa de Frijoles con chayote y arroz, a Honduran meal. The food was served at the Catholic Relief Service’s (CRS) Vessels of Mercy Retreat held at St. Michael’s Hall in Fort Loramie Monday, Jan. 25. The event was the second of three global awareness events. CRS coordinator for Ghana Thomas Awiapo spoke by Skype to the attendees. Other topics included Catholics Confront Global Poverty, and Fair Trade. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Deb Knapke, left, and Precious Blood Brother Nick Renner, both of St. Henry, dish up some Sopa de Frijoles con chayote y arroz, a Honduran meal. The food was served at the Catholic Relief Service’s (CRS) Vessels of Mercy Retreat held at St. Michael’s Hall in Fort Loramie Monday, Jan. 25. The event was the second of three global awareness events. CRS coordinator for Ghana Thomas Awiapo spoke by Skype to the attendees. Other topics included Catholics Confront Global Poverty, and Fair Trade. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News


Deb Knapke, left, and Precious Blood Brother Nick Renner, both of St. Henry, dish up some Sopa de Frijoles con chayote y arroz, a Honduran meal. The food was served at the Catholic Relief Service’s (CRS) Vessels of Mercy Retreat held at St. Michael’s Hall in Fort Loramie Monday, Jan. 25. The event was the second of three global awareness events. CRS coordinator for Ghana Thomas Awiapo spoke by Skype to the attendees. Other topics included Catholics Confront Global Poverty, and Fair Trade. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Deb Knapke, left, and Precious Blood Brother Nick Renner, both of St. Henry, dish up some Sopa de Frijoles con chayote y arroz, a Honduran meal. The food was served at the Catholic Relief Service’s (CRS) Vessels of Mercy Retreat held at St. Michael’s Hall in Fort Loramie Monday, Jan. 25. The event was the second of three global awareness events. CRS coordinator for Ghana Thomas Awiapo spoke by Skype to the attendees. Other topics included Catholics Confront Global Poverty, and Fair Trade. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/01/web1_SDN012716Retreat.jpgDeb Knapke, left, and Precious Blood Brother Nick Renner, both of St. Henry, dish up some Sopa de Frijoles con chayote y arroz, a Honduran meal. The food was served at the Catholic Relief Service’s (CRS) Vessels of Mercy Retreat held at St. Michael’s Hall in Fort Loramie Monday, Jan. 25. The event was the second of three global awareness events. CRS coordinator for Ghana Thomas Awiapo spoke by Skype to the attendees. Other topics included Catholics Confront Global Poverty, and Fair Trade. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News