Easter gift in Belize

Posted by Spalding Hurst

April 6, 2021

In Belize City, the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, along with Miriam Juarez, prepared baskets for less fortunate children who may have gone without an Easter gift this year. Together, baskets were packed with candy, jelly beans, cookies, chips, and toys.

8 Comments

  1. Liz

    Great JOY!!
    I’m celebrating with the children!!!!

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  2. Sarah Ferriell

    Thanks for this joy. I can’t help but be happy with the receivers of your good labor!

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  3. Sarah Ferriell

    Thanks for sharing this joy. I can’t help but be happy with the receivers of your good labor!

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  4. Anne Marie,,Scn

    Inspiring sharing of Easter gifts with the little ones without the fanfare of Easter eggs, bunnies, etc.
    Thank you Sisters!
    Anne Marie

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  5. Manisha A SCN

    Finding time for others and making them happy is the gist of all easter preparations. Salute you. Happy Easter.
    Manisha Azhakathu SCN

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  6. Luke

    I received a text yesterday from Ms Margaret in Belize City. She informed me that her four grandchildren received Easter baskets from the sisters. They were thrilled.
    So on behalf of her family and many others . Thank you!
    Luke

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  7. sarita

    This is real Easter! Sharing with the needy. It speaks louder than any sermon!

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  8. Maggie Cooper

    Wow! I love seeing you all making “Easter” for others. I’d love to join in; it makes me feel at home!! Wonder why? Thanks so much for sharing!
    Much love!

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