The Cambrian

November 28, 2012 3:41 PM

Festival of Gifts celebrates talents in Cambria

In mid-October, Rev. Mark Stetz said something unusual during all the Sunday Masses at Santa Rosa Catholic Church: “When the collection basket comes around today, don’t put any money in. Instead, there will be envelopes with money for you to take — anywhere from $10 to $50. If you want to participate in Reverse Giving, take an envelope and combine it with your time and talent, then return it for the good of others.”

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