Tag: orphans

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    He buries the poor, feeds the hungry, rescues the injured, houses the homeless, and says the goal of his orphanage for Haitian children is “to raise the children together so they have memories of their own restored childhood and that later in life they become aunts and uncles to each other’s children and their family regenerates after a generation.” More

    December 7, 2012 | Comments

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    “Everything is gone,” says Rev. Caleb Deliard, a Haitian-American pastor. “It’s all gone. It hurts us deep down. We are, as a people now, wounded souls.” More

    January 22, 2010 | Comments

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    In the latter half of the twentieth century, institutions run by Roman Catholic nuns could amount to virtual prisons for young women. Some spent their entire adult lives in these places. They were called the Magdalene Laundries, and they were in Ireland. THE MAGDALENE SISTERS chronicles the lives of three Dublin girls living in the Laundries. More

    August 22, 2003 | Comments