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Linda Wilk SSJ
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As time Goes By
Although we have just turned
the corner on February this month has already provided some great
opportunities. We have had the pleasure of spending time with Robin who will be
the facilitator of our first Sheltering Wings field conference later this
month. H...

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As time Goes By
Although we have just turned
the corner on February this month has already provided some great
opportunities. We have had the pleasure of spending time with Robin who will be
the facilitator of our first Sheltering Wings field conference later this
month. H...

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Unexpected Visit
Unexpected Trip Brings Great
Pleasure An unexpected gift of a trip
to Massachusetts brought great pleasure. It is true there are many things I
miss about Burkina Faso when I am visiting the US. However, the reverse is true
when I am at home in Burkina Faso ...

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We had a great time with the St. Agnes Knights of Columbus.

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Time Well Spent
What I always look forward to
when returning to Massachusetts is spending time with friends. We had the
opportunity to meet with some the Knights of Columbus from St. Agnes Parish to
say thank to them for their generous donation toward solar power to bring ...

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What I Miss
I am often asked, ”What do
you miss about Africa when you are in the states?” It makes my heart beat
faster just thinking of my African home. First and foremost I miss the people.
The list of adjectives to describe the Burkinabé is a lengthy one. They are
t...

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What I Miss
I am often asked, ”What do
you miss about Africa when you are in the states?” It makes my heart beat
faster just thinking of my African home. First and foremost I miss the people.
The list of adjectives to describe the Burkinabé is a lengthy one. They are
t...

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Sharing the Love
One of the most rewarding
parts of our work in Africa is having the of privilege distributing food and gifts
to sponsored children and widows. The compassion and generosity of each devoted
sponsor reaches out and touches an individual child and says, “You a...

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Surrounded By Gifts
Sharing the road with camels "Each day comes bearing its own gifts. Untie the ribbons." Ruth Ann Schabacker.  Our return to the village of Kimini after our extended stay in the States reminds me why we call this little village
our African "home".   After dr...
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