I just wanted to share a glimpse of my experience on immersion and what a difference you’re all helping to create within the developed countries of which we support:
In Vietnam, The Sisters of the Lovers of the Holy Cross run an ice factory that the Cardoner Project donated and installed to assist with the business. (Some of the machinery is shown in the photo below)
Recently, a steel company has been located nearby and their chemical pollution in the river continues to create serious damage on the production of the factory, however, the sisters endure with great perseverance in their ability to run the business.
Subsequently, the Cardoner Project continues to strive to improve the machinery’s functionality and support these dependent communities. Thanks to your help at The 2 Wolves, you have helped create the building blocks in allowing the Project to do so.
Arriving at St. Vincent Diem Orphanage, we didn’t know any of the children and none of us spoke the local language. But despite our differences, the children and the sisters welcomed us with big smiles and open arms.
Within the short week of our stay we helped look after the children, most of whom were severely disabled- including those suffering from Ancient Orange. But yet they remained so joyful, which enabled us to come together in unity of love.
It was a difficult but deeply moving experience and I hope that some of you get to meet these little soldiers.
Thanks to the Two Wolves Community Cantina and the Cardoner Project, we have the ability to come together, work towards our vision, and continue to serve the poorest of the poor to make great changes in our world.