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by Emily A. March 30, 2013
A few months ago, I became friends with a man who had dramatically marked my views on life and on my mission here. Let’s call him C. C was born into a rich family in the mountains of Paraguay, and spent more than a few decades of his life like St. Augustine. That is to say: a lot of alcohol, money, and women. Eventually he wound up here in Buenos Aires and spiraled downward into deep poverty . . .
by Marian West September 14, 2012
On Sunday, September 2nd, at the International Center for a Culture of Compassion, the Brooklyn Heart's Home, along with 75 friends from the neighborhood and community, made a pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady of Compassion. With the blue sky as our ceiling, the woods as our backdrop, and the grass as our stage, we shared a concert of dances and songs as a gift to our friends and a humble offering to the Mother who holds the world in her heart.
by Paul Anel June 22, 2012
by Paul Anel May 11, 2012
Homelessness, Redemption. Reading time: 5 min