Children collected socks for Sr. Peggy McEntee to deliver to LEFSA.

The Spirit was alive and singing when Sr. Peggy McEntee visited second and third graders of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School in Shrub Oak, N.Y. Sister Peggy went to the school to visit with the children and to receive the socks they collected during a drive that they held to benefit LEFSA (Life Experience and Faith Sharing Associates).

The children were excited to meet Sr. Peggy and had prepared a few songs to sing for her. Sister Peggy told them the story of LEFSA’s beginnings and what their collection of socks was going to mean to the men, women, and children who would be the recipients of their generosity.

Not to be outdone by the second and third graders, the entire school community held another sock drive for LEFSA and delivered the socks to Sisters of Charity Center. These children certainly know the Charism of Charity, and we can count on them to carry on the ministry of giving to those in need.

LEFSA and the Sisters of Charity are collecting socks for the homeless.