Thank you Lola!
She's my number one fan,
very much a part of me.
One of the people in my life
who prepared me to the battle of life.
One who always believe.
One who always wish me well.
One who always listen, without judgement.
One whose love made me
grow in confidence.
One who looks fragile
yet my source of strength.
She is nearly complete.
I must learn to let go.
She deserves the rest.
Thank you lola!
By: Sr. Mary Irene Rafer at October 01, 2014
Our mission is to remember. So for thirteen days, we remembered the story of our congregation on May 1 to 13, 2017. We remembered our r...
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