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Each Theology class serves at St. Anthony's Dining Hall in San Francisco. Students spend the day putting the gospel values into action by serving the homeless. The program is both educational and experiential. Students learn about the demographics of the marginalized in our society and then serve those in need. Some students tend to the elderly that live in the Tenderloin by visiting them at a Senior Center, other students bring meals to shut-ins (this needs to be replaced - people unable to get to a free dining hall), and many serve meals at St. Anthony's Dining Room. All students join the St. Anthony's community for lunch and then hear from one of the clients who are in the rehabilitation program. This witnessing of a life caught in the turmoil of addiction is a poignant reminder to students why one should make healthy and safe choices. A visit to the beautiful St. Boniface Church, and reflection and journaling back on campus allows for a deeper retrospective of the day.