Catholic Action Center co-director Ginny Ramsey had the diners hold hands for prayer and the singing of Amazing Grace Thursday during the last lunch at the Catholic Action Center day shelter, 400 E. Fifth St. in Lexington.
Catholic Action Center co-director Ginny Ramsey had the diners hold hands for prayer and the singing of Amazing Grace Thursday during the last lunch at the Catholic Action Center day shelter, 400 E. Fifth St. in Lexington. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Catholic Action Center co-director Ginny Ramsey had the diners hold hands for prayer and the singing of Amazing Grace Thursday during the last lunch at the Catholic Action Center day shelter, 400 E. Fifth St. in Lexington. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

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