A Little Spot of Kindness

Posted by Spalding Hurst

March 9, 2024

Twenty children from Bardstown Primary School visited the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth to engage in “Acts of Kindness.” During their visit, the students sang songs and gifted the Sisters with presents and handmade cards. In exchange, the Sisters gifted each child a small book titled “A Little Spot of Kindness.” The encounter was marked by plentiful smiles on the Sisters’ faces, reflecting a joyful interaction with the visiting children.

3 Comments

  1. Ann Palatty

    A little of kindness can bring a smile on many faces. Children’s kindness will do even more. Thank you, Children, for your gesture of kindness.

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  2. Eugenie Coakley, scna

    Looks like an awesome time! I hope memories linger for a very long while for all participants.

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  3. Janice Downs

    What a precious group of children, so uninhibited so free! Those children are going to be change-makers in this world: bringing KINDNESS into a world so much in need of it these days.

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