Cook's Grace

May 2011
Guideposts;May2011, Vol. 66 Issue 3, p88
The article focuses on a cleric cook. He was an immigrant in south Baltimore from Philippines. He wanted to be priest and his studies took him to Rome. Five years later he took the growing movement Grace Before Meals to nearly every state and countries around the globe. In November, 2010 a parish in Tiverton, Rhode Island, invited him to an event, where he showed his culinary skills.


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