Across the Archdiocese of Baltimore and throughout the United States, families and individuals rush to grocery stores to stock their pantries and refrigerators in response to the possibility that the coronavirus could have people stuck in their homes for the coming weeks, if not months.

Food uncertainty, meanwhile, was already a constant consideration for those experiencing homelessness, the unemployed and the under-employed.

Fortunately for them, several of Baltimore’s Catholic soup kitchens remain in operation, albeit with closed dining rooms and “grab-and-go” arrangements, a response to government orders to close bars and restaurants and recommendations to limit the number of people in one space. Read more>>