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  • Overcome with emotion as she talks about Mary Hall Freedom House (MHFH) and its mission for the past 22 years, Lucy Hall, right center, the founder and CEO, wipes away her tears, as the many women who benefit from MHFH’s services immediately come up to surround and embrace Hall in a show of solidarity. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • (L-r) Joe and Mary Jean Goode, St. Jude the Apostle Church and Pax Christi members, bow their heads and close their eyes as Rabbi Spike Anderson of Temple Emanu-El in Sandy Springs leads a prayer. A group of some 75 people, consisting of clients, staff and supporters of Mary Hall Freedom House gathered at Rivercliff Lutheran Church, Sandy Springs, for a Feb. 22 interfaith prayer vigil. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Lucy Hall, standing left, the founder and CEO of Mary Hall Freedom House, lowers her chin in her hand as Mary Lucy Holliday, standing, far right, executive director of Sunflower Ministries, Marietta, conducts a prayer on behalf of Mary Hall Freedom House. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • The words of senior priest Father John Kieran, speaking at the podium, are met with applause as he speaks out in support of Sandy Spring's Mary Hall Freedom House and its clients. Father Kieran resides in Sandy Springs. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Cathy Lefar, back row, black coat, prays with others during the Feb. 22 prayer vigil at Rivercliff Lutheran Church, Sandy Springs. Lefar is a volunteer and mentor at Mary Hall Freedom House. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • A woman in the foreground extends her arm out over the room, as Lucy Hall, standing, background left, the founder and CEO of Mary Hall Freedom House (MHFH), implores God to intercede on behalf of MHFH, as she leads those on hand in a final prayer. Mary Hall Freedom House has been in Sandy Springs since 1996. Photo By Michael Alexander

Overcome with emotion as she talks about Mary Hall Freedom House (MHFH) and its mission for the past 22 years, Lucy Hall, right center, the founder and CEO, wipes away her tears, as the many women who benefit from MHFH’s services immediately come up to surround and embrace Hall in a show of solidarity. Photo By Michael Alexander


Sandy Springs

Pax Christi members participate in vigil for Sandy Springs nonprofit

SANDY SPRINGS—In the document, “Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship,” the U.S. bishops examine the church’s teaching encouraging Catholics to take an active part in public life. Father John Kieran, archdiocesan priest and Sandy Springs resident, is joining members of Pax Christi of St. Jude the Apostle Church to live out this call to faithful citizenship. […] Full Story