Hartford Couple Devoted To Serving North End’s Poor: ‘All We’re Doing Is Loving’ – Hartford Courant

//Hartford Couple Devoted To Serving North End’s Poor: ‘All We’re Doing Is Loving’ – Hartford Courant

This is an excerpt from an article that appeared in the May 22 Hartford Courant.

Jackie Allen-Doucot grew up with eight siblings in Hartford’s South End, and as a young woman, she thought she’d have a big family, too.

She and her husband, Chris, had two sons after they married in their early 20s, and not long after that, they started an after-school and Saturday morning program for children in Hartford’s North End.

“We do feel like we have a bigger family than our two,” Jackie said.

The couple and their friend Brian Cavanaugh bought an abandoned house on Clark Street in 1993 and turned it into St. Martin de Porres Catholic Worker House of Hospitality — a home base for their life’s work fighting injustice, promoting nonviolence and serving the poor who live around them.

Read the entire article at The Hartford Courant

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