Our Mother of Perpetual Help presents:
Taco Night to Benefit Casa Samaritano Shelter in Hidalgo, Mexico

Saturday, August 13th in Bradley Hall
at the Our Lady of Fatima site after the 4:30 Mass (5:30pm)
13500 Oak Park Blvd.

Sponsored by:
Our parish Peace & Justice Team along with Our parish Men's Organization
Bring your friends and family and enjoy a fun evening of tacos and fellowship!

We will hear the personal story of an immigrant leader of Strangers No Longer who made the dangerous journey thru Mexico to the U.S.

The dinner is free but donations will be collected to help support Casa Samaritano.
To help us plan, please click the button and let us know you are coming - but anyone can come - registration is not required!
Our Peace & Justice team has been supporting Casa Samaritano shelter located in Hidalgo Mexico. As people in Mexico and Central America flee north from violence, extreme poverty, and drought conditions in their countries, they stop at shelters along the route north to get a warm meal, a place to rest a few hours, first aid, and some change of clothing. 

Casa del Samaritano, (House of the Samaritan), is one such way-station shelter northeast of Mexico City. It is run by four Catholic Sisters of the Sacred Hearts.

These men, women and children are just trying to find a safe place to live and work. They risk everything, including their lives, to reach our border. 
Questions? Please email Rosemary Insley at rinsley@aol.com