|Allen L. Plante of 39 Shepard Road tried his best at the start to trick "The Houseless", but this deceiver was unable to complete his evil.
As it appears, not all people actually like to be around "The Houseless". Below are just a few articles related to how much worst it can get when humans become classed as the "have-less", "have-not" & "have-nothing".
I am saddened to know how Spiritually and/or mentally Corrupt people are - maybe even your neighbor - when it comes to them actually facing and acting inappropriately unto those who have been shunned and/or abused by society for nothing more than being "Houseless".
"The Houseless" is in Norfolk, Connecticut and the same type of neighborly love - NOT - as what appears to be given unto some about Edmonton, Canada is being shared via http://norfolk-now.houseless.net
|Erick Olsen - some version of a minister at Church of Christ Congregational, Norfolk - turned away "The Houseless" when humbly asking for help. Guess that church and/or its people follow some "Version" of the Creators Truth!
Mind you, not all are nasty in and/or about Norfolk, Connecticut.
Pray for those who are nasty and/or harmful to "The Houseless" everywhere!
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Last Updated Thursday, July 11, 2013 6:55PM MDT
|Holy Trinity Riverbend Anglican Church, on 156 St. near South Terwillegar Blvd., has been vandalized. Courtesy: Susan McGee
|CTV News has learned the Holy Trinity Riverbend Anglican Church, on 156 St. near South Terwillegar Blvd. has leased some of it's land to a developer, who wants to build a 60-unit affordable housing complex.
With files from Ashley Molnar
Terwillegar residents react to proposed affordable housing project for the area
Southwest Edmonton church hit with graffiti vandalism stating "No Homeless" after plans announced for a supportive housing complex for recently homeless