Ministry of Dining Together in Potomac

Federal Association members at Our Lady of Mercy Parish in Potomac, Maryland have instituted a monthly dinner series with the residents of the James M. Sullivan Memorial House, run by Potomac Community Resources (PRC). The house offers a comfortable and safe home for women with intellectual and developmental disabilities on the campus of Our Lady of Mercy parish.
Members of the Order provide the meal, which they and the residents enjoy together, followed by fellowship over a game of Bingo. The house honors the memory of PCR co-founder and president James M. Sullivan, KM. To learn about PCR’s mission promoting the inclusion of teens and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities into all aspects of community life, please visit www.pcr-inc.org.