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For on this month, we celebrate not only St. Hannibal’s feast, but also, we remember that on June 7, 1895, after the pressing problem of having nowhere to go, the female orphans under St. Hannibal’s care finally moved to a former convent, thanks to the support of generous people touched by God. Life in the Kingdom of God is indeed like this. The most generous God moves people to be God-like, so that as children of God, the ‘haves’ ought to take care of the ‘have-nots’ (see Mk 10: 17-27; Lk 19:1-10). God’s providence, in other words, is also about generous people who love both God and neighbor. This belief, this spirituality, this conviction are factors which inspire and sustain SHEC to go on touching lives for the sake of the Kingdom and its justice to the Anawim.


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