Originally posted in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, on May 7, 2008.
Matthew 25 tells New Testament readers to feed the hungry, to drink to the thirsty, to welcome strangers and to comfort the sick. The Rev. Fred Enman, a Jesuit priest at the College of the Holy Cross, has always taken that message to heart. In the early 1990s, the Worcester native founded “Matthew 25,” an organization that has worked to provide affordable housing to the needy. The group fixes up old houses and then rents them to low-income families. Read the full article →