Monday, January 15, 2018

Haiti

Story circa 1990

An American woman traveled to Port-au-Prince.

Her goal was to help students learn English.

At the Artisan Work Shop she learned how
students earned money for their schooling and
family needs:






























Delicate cuts and tints of dried bananna leaf 
helped create amazing cards. People here in 
the States who saw the cards were amazed. 
The cards brought in donations for a short time. 

The generous woman who taught English died.
What happened to those Artisans?

That would be another story 
from Port-au-Prince, Haiti.




Monday, January 1, 2018

Motherhood of the Virgin Mary

Let the Children come . . .


 



















   

   MARY SHARES HER CHILD
   WITH THE  WHOLE WORLD.