Posts Tagged ‘China’
 
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Companions of Migrant Children

As China continues to experience economic growth, many people from the rural villages move to cities to pursue better lives. These migrants often encounter many challenges and their children lack support. Fountain of Grace takes a look at how the Home of Dandelion, run by the Catholic Social Service Centre of the Xian Diocese, helps the migrant children and their parents.
Publish date: 2018 - 9 - 1


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The Lepers’ Companions

Fr. Roberto and his volunteers have lived among those who were recovering from leprosy over a long period of time. They were not afraid of contracting leprosy and found great joy in living with them.
Publish date: 2017 - 7 - 15


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Home of Daybreak 3: The Road to Rehabilitation

The sisters from the Congregation of St. Teresa of Child Jesus in Hebei, China, established a rehabilitation centre to provide different kinds of rehabilitation therapies for special needs children from poor families as well as counselling and support for their parents, thus bringing hope to them.
Publish date: 2017 - 1 - 28


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Home of Daybreak 2: Against All Odds

Although the orphans at The Home of Daybreak (Li Ming) in Hebei, China, have disabilities, they long to take care of themselves and to live independently. The sisters from the Congregation of St. Teresa of the Child Jesus strive to train these orphans in different aspects so that they may live up to their full potential and lead a life with dignity.
Publish date: 2017 - 1 - 21


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Home of Daybreak 1: I Believe, Therefore I Love

Against all odds and with unwavering faith, a group of young girls in Hebei province in China joined the Congregation of St. Teresa of the Child Jesus as nuns. Devoting their lives to serve with love, they build the "House of Daybreak" (Li Ming), a home for disabled orphans.
Publish date: 2017 - 1 - 14


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Fr. Joseph Zhang Wenxi on the Church in China

We often hear news about the Church in China through the media. However, it is difficult for us to determine the accuracy of such information. Fountain of Grace invited Fr. Joseph Zhang Wenxi to share with us the current developments of the Church in China.
Publish date: 2016 - 11 - 12


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Sister Maria Wang: A Friend of Seniors

Population aging is a phenomenon that occurs in different societies. When it comes to taking care of the elderly, Sr. Maria Wang, who has been caring for the elderly in China for years, does not regard it as a burden. Being able to spend time with the elderly enriches her life. They also inspire her to see life and death with a different lens.
Publish date: 2016 - 5 - 21


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Fr. John Zhang: A Champion of Social Services

Fr. John Zhang founded Faith Press, Faith Weekly, and Jinde Charities. What are the needs faced by the Church and the society in China?
Publish date: 2016 - 4 - 2


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A Good Steward

China has seen a rapid economic growth in recent years. As business owners devote all of their time and energy to expand their businesses, employee needs are often overlooked. Fountain of Grace takes a look at a Catholic couple from Hebei, China who sees sharing the fruits of their business success a priority.
Publish date: 2015 - 11 - 28


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Tales in China (2)

On this week’s “Love and Life”, we again invited Theresa to share with us her experiences in China over the past twenty odd years. During this time she came across many different stories, and this time we will learn about the amazing story of an orphanage.
Publish date: 2015 - 1 - 17


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Tales in China (1)

On this week's "Love and Life", we invited Theresa to share with us her experiences in China over the past twenty odd years. During this time she came across many different stories, especially surrounding places of poverty and the locals.
Publish date: 2015 - 1 - 3