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By Paul Anel and Gonzague Leroux November 25, 2011
Thanksgiving is the most beautiful day to bring to mind the past year and to thank the Lord for the beauty He brought in our lives. Today, we are offering you a great video with a variety of people in Washington Square (Manhattan) who are giving thanks.
An experience of Wim Wenders’ film PINA
By Renée Kurz November 25, 2011
We realize all too soon that upon entering the life and work of Pina Bausch in search of the meaning and significance of her life, we are handed the meaning of ours… we are invited to step, to move, to dance… to laugh and to cry into the very essence of our existence; into the daily routine and through bursts of spontaneity of you and me… he and she… we.
By Gonzague Leroux November 18, 2011
On November 3rd, two Heart's Home members, Rev. Gonzague Leroux and Marian West, were invited to Archbishop Dolan's weekly radioshow on Sirius XM. They answer his questions about the mission of Heart's Home in the New York Area. The interview lasts 16 minutes. Listen to the interview…
By L. Fayard and V. St. Phard November 18, 2011
Through the lens of fashion photographer David Jay, women who survived breast cancer rediscover their undefeated beauty and dignity.
By Jessica Morley November 18, 2011
Marie Pizelo who recently died from her cancer was an incredible spark of love and hope for the entire community of Womens Hearth. Watch the video.
The Women’s Hearth, a drop-in center for homeless and socially isolated women in Spokane, Washington, seeks to provide a place of welcome for each woman who walks through the doors of the center. Beyond its function as a physical place of refuge, the Hearth is foremost a place of community where women can feel safe, respected, and valued. Each day is filled with activities, classes, gatherings, cups of coffee and conversations intended to foster an atmosphere of hospitality and growth.
By Paul Anel November 11, 2011
In Espresso, a poem by Tomas Tranströmer, our morning coffee suddenly unveils unexpected depths. Food for thougths, and "drops for the soul"… Bonus: listen to the poem read by poet and pianist Evan Shinners!