Homeless find Saints reign at Super Bowl party

Sid Hastings

Before sitting down to watch the game and eat his bowl of soup and plate of barbecued pork, Lorenzo Noble placed one of his few belongings on the table: a Bible.

"I have three of them, but this one's my favorite because it has the best notes" he told the others at his table.

A line of more than 170 poor and homeless men like Noble, and a few women, stretched around the parking lot of Sts. Peter and Paul Parish in Soulard on Super Bowl Sunday while waiting to go inside to enjoy a free meal and catch the big game on a very big-screen TV.

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