Monday, December 5, 2011

Clergy, Others to Meet to 'Love Neighbor', Detroit, as Self

Frazier Kimpson of Detroit Mayor Bing's office will be there.

With Rabbi Mordehai Waldman of Berkley, MI., and Sterling Heights' Mohamed Abbass of the All Faiths Festival (AFF), and Pastor Anthony Whitehorn of Mt. Clemens, and some Roseville city council leaders will meet at Sacred Heart Church at 18430 Utica Road at Gratiot in Roseville at 10 am this morning.

"Love Neighbor" is the aim. Support Detroit, ailing as Motown, Michigan is these days.

We will.

We'll stand together and do what we can to assist our good neighbor.

Our faith forges us together.

Faith spurs us on to lead, to love, to give what we can.

Catholic social thought teaches that: You matter. Everyone else matters.

Two principles upon which charity flows.

Some may think this is a noble deed. Perhaps. It is necessary, nevertheless, for leaders to lock limbs and lift up Detroit.

Join us at 10 am, or call me at 586 777 9116.

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