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BRIEF: Group to discuss Catholic compassion

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On June 19, at 7 p.m., Friends of Compassion will meet to discussion “Catholic Compassion: Practices and Motivation.”

The meeting will be in the SNAP Building, 3102 W. Ft. George Drive.

Guest speakers will be the Rev. Thomas Altpeter of St. Clare Ecumenical Catholic Community, Val Carlton of the parish council of St. Ann’s Catholic Church and Jane Mather the director of spiritual care at Sacred Heart and Holy Family Hospitals.

Friends of Compassion will not meet in July.

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