Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington partnered with Pepco to host their annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner for the Homeless on Nov. 26. 

More than 350 guests enjoyed the holiday feast, which was held at the Pepco Edison Place Gallery in downtown Washington, D.C. 

Msgr. John Enzler, the president and CEO of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington, welcomes guests to the Thanksgiving dinner. (CS photo/Andrew Biraj)

The meal consisted of turkey and traditional trimmings prepared by Catholic Charities Food Services, a Catholic Charities enterprise, and it was served by volunteers from Catholic Charities.

Catholic Charities volunteers at the Thanksgiving dinner, wearing “Say Yes” T-shirts reflecting the motto of Msgr. John Enzler, the agency's director, pose beforehand with that priest and with Washington Auxiliary Bishop Mario Dorsonville. (CS photo/Andrew Biraj)

Guests also received winter coats and toiletry kits furnished and distributed by Pepco volunteers. A press release from Catholic Charities noted, “In the true spirit of Thanksgiving, this dinner fosters a sense of community and reminds attendees, volunteers and staff of the traditions that unite us as Washingtonians.”

Washington Auxiliary Bishop Mario Dorsonville blesses a guest at the Thanksgiving dinner. (CS photo/Andrew Biraj)