Arnal Kennedy went to college, served our country during the Vietnam War, raised children, worked as an actor, experienced homelessness for twenty years, and kicked the habit, among many other things. Currently, Arnal lives and works with the Los Angeles Catholic Workers, washing dishes at their Skid Row soup kitchen and serving coffee on the early morning breakfast line. Arnal devotes himself to serving the poor, peacemaking, prayer, and poetry. His book explores the themes of homelessness, drug abuse, relationships, family, war, and the mystery of God.
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