By Leah Vann
Chicago Jewish deli supplies 1,000 sandwiches to help Catholic Church’s community battle food insecurity
Tom Sondag wanted to help his favorite Chicago Jewish deli, Manny’s Deli, while also helping his friend, Catholic pastor Michael Pfleger of The Faith Community of Saint Sabina, feed residents on the South Side of Chicago. Sondag, who owns the Castle Honda car dealership, bought 1,000 sandwiches, and on Monday, Dec. 21, stood with Pfleger…
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