BANGOR – Learners at All Saints Catholic Faculty in Bangor celebrated the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception with a unique “child bathe” at St. John Church on Dec. 8 commemorating Mary’s conception with out having major sin although serving to many native mothers in will want on the related time.
“Our learners and households have donated tons of of merchandise. We’re so grateful,” talked about Matthew Houghton, principal of All Saints. “This ‘child bathe’ has develop to be an annual custom that provides mercy to a number of in must have.”
The choice of outfits, medication, sippy cups, wipes, pull ups, child grooming kits, thermometers, brooms and dustpans, storage bowls and containers, and a number of other different items was introduced into the church on Wednesday early morning and put on the toes of the statue of Mary.
“After the Mass, a few of our faculty college students and personnel introduced the donations to Shepherd’s Godparent,” said Houghton.
Shepherd’s Godparent is a cost-free, residential shelter in Bangor for younger ladies of all ages who’re anticipating and in disaster, which incorporates homeless females.
“Thanks a lot to the school college students from All Saints for the wonderful presents from the ‘child bathe,’” said Barb Ford, director of Shepherd’s Godparent. “We’re so blessed by your generosity.”
For lots extra info and details on how one can help Shepherd’s Godparent, name 207-949-2273.