Program gives Catholics chance to share faith, food and fun

Lisa A. Johnston
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Harriet Dobberstein can attest to the fact that her mother was a great cook. She also learned quite a few techniques from her mom, too. So when she started attending the Taste and See group more than 15 years ago at her parish, St. Catherine Laboure in Sappington, Dobberstein was eager to share some of those traditions with her fellow parishioners. "Taste and See aims to help family members rediscover history, rituals, activities and foods, honor God and His people," said Dobberstein.

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