By Sister Theresita Kim
A 3 year old girl came running and said Mother Theresita, I will tell you a story, and I said yes, the girl started and said, one day a dog called glue was walking and fell and got stuck, stuck in the street and she started to cry, it gave me great tenderness, I hugged her and told her that she told very nice stories. I admire the innocence and the big heart that children have.
World Villages for Children
World Villages for Children is a nonprofit providing financial support to the charitable programs of the Sisters of Mary. To date, World Villages for Children has helped more than 150,000 children and their families break free from a life of poverty.
Thanks to our supporters, we provide food, care and, education for more than 21,000 children in poverty every year. Our Villages also provide children with a fully accredited in-house education program and vocational training.
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Solidarity with the poor.
Respect for human dignity.
Passion, perseverance, and adaptability.
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For over 60 years, The Sisters of Mary, founded by Venerable Aloysius Schwartz, have worked tirelessly, operating our charitable programs in the Philippines, Mexico, Guatemala, Brazil, Honduras, and Tanzania. In each country, the Sisters work to not only give children a safe roof over their heads, food, and education, but also provide the spiritual and emotional guidance needed in order to overcome the tragedy of poverty and become successful adults. There are now more than 400 Sisters carrying on Father Al’s mission in Brazil, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, the Philippines, and Tanzania.
Venerable Father Al Schwartz
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