(RNS) — As the Super Bowl nears and football fans head to Minneapolis, dozens of homeless people who usually spend the night at a church across the street from the stadium will sleep under a different roof for a few days.

Christian, Jewish and Muslim congregants are preparing meals for shelter residents.

And a multicultural array of Minnesotans are raising money for emergency rent assistance to help prevent others from joining their ranks.

Long before the kickoff on Sunday (Feb. 4), religious leaders brainstormed ways to ease the impact of America’s most-watched sports event on some of the area’s most vulnerable

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