Archbishop Lori to Join Glyndon Parishioners for Food Distribution to 400 Families on Easter Sunday

For Immediate Release
Saturday, April 11, 2020

Following Easter Sunday Mass at 12pm at Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, Archbishop William E. Lori will travel to Sacred Heart Parish in Glyndon to help the parish distribute 400 boxes and bags of food to families and individuals in need. Many area families have been impacted by the economic downturn resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The parish’s Spanish Social Justice Committee is organizing the event. All parishioners will be wearing gloves, facemasks/shields and those receiving the food will remain in their cars. The parish has solicited food from a major food supplier, the Maryland Food Bank and from individuals who made donations.

Sacred Heart Parish is located at 65 Sacred Heart Lane in Glyndon.


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