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February

Food For The Soul Goes Polish

Scene from Food For The Soul Goes Polish.

This month our "Food For The Christian Soul Ministry" visted Highlander House in Palos Heights.

Scene from Food For The Soul Goes Polish.

Specializing in Polish food, it is a very popular place and even had roving musicians.

Scene from Food For The Soul Goes Polish.

Appetizers included beets, cucumbers, sauerkraut, pickles, and bread with a lard based spread.

Scene from Food For The Soul Goes Polish.

Group Photo.

Scene from Food For The Soul Goes Polish.

Group Photo.

Scene from Food For The Soul Goes Polish.

Group Photo.

Scene from Food For The Soul Goes Polish.

Various different beers were sampled.

Scene from Food For The Soul Goes Polish.

Borscht soup was served as well.

Scene from Food For The Soul Goes Polish.

Our group decided to go with family style. The platter included lamb, pork, stuffed cabbage, potato pancakes, and pierogi. Once again a great time for all and hats off to ministry leader, Matt.

Soup Sunday

Scene from Soup Sunday.

Sunday following Liturgy our mission team held "Soup Sunday". Fr. Howard here blesses the various soups. Proceeds from the event will go to help sponsor our mission teams.

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