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NY Catholic Charities recieves 10,000 lbs of food from Goya

Goya Foods donates hundreds of thousands of pounds of food each year to fulfill its "social responsibility."

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Is brisket the new kale?

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Denver Food Rescue is on a mission to feed everyone in need

The system is designed to reach the most people and leave the smallest environmental footprint.

King Cakes: The tastiest Epiphany tradition

See the different versions of the King Cake developed by Catholics around the world.

The Feast of Seven Fishes: An Italian-American tradition

The Christmas Vigil feast is one benefit of the traditional custom of abstaining from meat on the eve of the feast.

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