Sioux Falls, SD (KELO-AM) The Catholic Diocese of Sioux Falls is looking at an old warehouse for a possible new homeless shelter. Also, if the plan works out, The Good Shepard Center could be relocated to the new location.
Spokesman Jerry Kline, says the Diocese has entered into an agreement to purchase the empty building at 101 N. Indiana Avenue.
Kline says they want to hear from the community because they want to be good neighbors. He says since the building is large and open it would lend itself to such a facility as the Church as in mind.
Bishop Paul Swain says that the property presents an opportunity to enhance and possibly expand outreach ministries already serving the needy in Sioux Falls.