Following Jesus’ directive to feed the poor and under the leadership of the student council, Mother Teresa of Calcutta (MTC) Regional Catholic School in King of Prussia collected 8,995 ounces of peanut butter and jelly throughout the month of October for the local Norristown office of Catholic Social Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
The school especially thanks Tom Boyle who delivered the food to the agency.
The school represents the Bridgeport, Montgomery County parishes of St. Augustine and Our Lady of Mount Carmel, plus St. Teresa of Avila Parish in Norristown and Mother of Divine Providence Parish in King of Prussia.
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