Seoul – The Italian missionary of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, Father Vincenzo Bordo, describes his extraordinary story and experience of proximity among the poor in Korea. In Seongnam, a suburb of Seoul, the missionary founded and runs Anna’s House, a reception center for homeless people and young people without families, as well as a… Leggi tutto »
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