Years in the making, a new community garden has officially opened with the blessing of Auxiliary Bishop Edward M. Deliman.
On June 15, the bishop joined staff and board members of archdiocesan Catholic Social Services (CSS), parishioners of St. Charles Borromeo in Bensalem and representatives of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the 10,000-square-foot garden, which is located on the grounds of CSS’s Fatima Catholic Outreach Center.
(All photos by Sarah Webb.)
Read our feature story on the community garden here.
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