"Every day we try to detect some kind of life, a rebirth. This is our passion;
the passion of every Heart’s Home: we want to be poor gardeners looking out for small shoots; we want to believe, despite all opposition, in the victory of life; we want to believe that the everyday love and care can create miracles…"
Extract from “Should we Cut the Hydrangeas?”
On Friday July 20th our Brooklyn community received the visit and precious help from 25 young ladies from the Regnum Christi community. A time to share, to pray together and ... to do some gardening!
Indeed, the St. Michael-St. Edwards parish where our rectory is situated has been closed for 2 years now, bringing on nostalgia and sadness to many neighbors.
What a joy to their hearts to see the weeds being removed, the thrash the wind blows in being collected, some plants being pruned, some flowers blossoming!
Thank you, girls for your help, which brings beauty to the eyes and joy to the hearts!