KIND HEART: Nun Nguyễn Thị Hường, the founder of Tín Thác Foster House, is pictured with the children raised in the house. Photo Thanh Hải’s Facebook By Phương Hà There is a special home in Bảo Lộc City in the Central Highlands province of Lâm Đồng that is always filled with the laughter of children. This home is Tín Thác Foster House. Over the past ten years since its establishment, over 100 orphans have been raised and nurtured there with the love of nuns and the joint support of volunteers and benefactors nationwide. Phúc Ân, the eldest of the 100 children, was the first orphan who was saved and raised by nun Nguyễn Thị Hường, the founder of Tín Thác Foster House. One day, the 63-year-old nun discovered a pale little boy, weighing just 1.3kg, wrapped in a woman’s shirt and placed in a cardboard box by the road. She brought him home and called him Phúc Ân. After three months, with the nuns’ care, the tiny boy gained nearly 2 kilos. Day by day, Hường and other nuns continued to welcome more abandoned children to the house, some of whom were just several days old… Read full this story
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