For disabled children the possibility of going to school is five times
less likely to occur than for other children. This is one of the reasons why,
in Thrissur Kerala, the Congregation of the Samaritan Sisters founded “Snehadeepthi”, a special institute whose classes extend
from preschool - the minimum age is three years old - to a school for higher
professional education. The project began in
St. Peter’s Square
Aug. 21, 2019
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The first Italian Good Samaritan woman
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