“A billion people go to bed hungry every night,” the Rev. Pat Tobin told students at St. Mary High School in 2009, according to an article in The Catholic Key. “A billion people only have putrid water to drink. There is absolutely no excuse for that.”
“A billion people go to bed hungry every night,” the Rev. Pat Tobin told students at St. Mary High School in 2009, according to an article in The Catholic Key. “A billion people only have putrid water to drink. There is absolutely no excuse for that.” Jennifer Hack jennifer@inkkc.com
“A billion people go to bed hungry every night,” the Rev. Pat Tobin told students at St. Mary High School in 2009, according to an article in The Catholic Key. “A billion people only have putrid water to drink. There is absolutely no excuse for that.” Jennifer Hack jennifer@inkkc.com

Rev. Pat Tobin, a founder of Harvesters, is remembered for helping the poor and hungry

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