Detroit nuns step up ministry during coronavirus pandemic

DETROIT – The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has changed the course of ministry for a Detroit convent.

Their path has been difficult at times but they have also found some silver linings during the pandemic.

The sisters of the Mother of Perpetual Help Convent opened a free cafe two months before Michigan’s stay-at-home order was issued. Their goal was to help and get to know the people of the community.

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When they had to shut down and the nearby food bank shut down -- their mission took another path. Curbside food support.

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