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Saint of the day 28th May

Venerable Pierre Toussaint

Venerable Pierre Toussaint, philanthropist The original uploader was Paczilla007 at English Wikipedia – Transferred from en.wikipedia to Commons., Public Domain, 19 September 2006  424 more words

Feasts And Commemorations

Irish Meadows by Susan Anne Mason

My mother and I share a love for reading, and our tastes in books are extremely similar, so we often pass books back and forth. My mom requested Irish Meadows by Susan Ann Mason from Bethany House, but then she didn’t have time to read it, so she passed it to me, thinking I would read it and write a review on it more quickly than she could. 601 more words

Posts By Leslie

Love can build a home

Hi everyone,

I just wanted to stop by and let you know, I have started a charity for Wasike and the orphan children, at You Caring.. 67 more words

My Blog

Urchin

Licking the remnants
Remnants of the remnants
From a bowl filthy
Washed Clean by salivary juices

Dirty and filthy
A gang of filthy kids
A street orchestra… 149 more words

Poetry

Indian Orphans with New Dresses

Our dresses made it across the world and into the hands of these sweet girls.

James 1: 27 – Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.

Dress Donations

Thomas Wilson and his Children

Thomas was born just south of Belfast, in Lisburn, which was the birthplace of the Irish linen industry. Thomas’s father and grandfather were weavers. Weaving sounds like a fun hobby, but was a rather unpleasant job to do 12-14 hours a day. 954 more words

Genealogy