Posted on 04. Oct, 2006, in Church Teachings, Economy, Faith and Justice, PovertyNo Comments
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Harvest Festival, usually celebrated in September or October is a time to give thanks and be grateful for the abundance of food that we enjoy. Darren McCallig, curate of Monkstown in Dublin, believes that it is also a time when we should remember those less fortunate. Miriam Gormally asked Darren to explain the history of the celebration.
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