Kapow! Hot Sauce
Kapow! hot sauce is a medium heat, Louisiana style hot sauce with lots of fresh flavor. We make it from only three ingredients: peppers grown in our own garden, vinegar, and salt. Not included: ingredients you cannot pronounce.
We carefully test and select our pepper varieties for balanced flavor, even heat, and a subtle sweetness. Made by participants of our youth program, every dollar spent goes toward supporting their program.
It’s a Terrible Day: Thanks be to God – Fr. Michael Doyle
Published in 2005, this book is a small collection of the many monthly letters written by one of CFET’s founding visionaries, the Irish priest and natural-born poet Father Michael Doyle. Through a mixture of prose and poetry, these letters provide a glimpse at one man’s extraordinary experience in the city of Camden.
Copies of the book are available within the US for $23.50, shipping included. International orders may incur additional shipping charges. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to place your order.
“May you who read this live in a world in which it is easier for people to be good and fair and generous. May your work be more creative than ours and your time less pressured…”
Poet of Poverty – Narrated by Martin Sheen
© Green Room Productions
Total run time: 52 minutes
Based on the monthly letters of Father Michael Doyle, Poet of Poverty is a documentary of sorts that pairs visual expression with the words of a poet laureate. Many of the scenes referenced in his letters are shown in the film, giving viewers a basic understanding of Doyle’s four decades of life and work in Camden. Exploring themes of hope, injustice, dedication, and faith, Poet of Poverty is a great introduction to understanding Camden and those who strive to create a brighter future.
Copies of the DVD are available within the US for $22, shipping included. International orders may incur additional shipping charges. Please contact us at email@example.com to place your order.