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Title: Jesus who liberates the daughter of a Syrophoenician woman
Authors: Uwineza, Marcel
Keywords: Uwineza
Hekima Jesuit Community
daughter of a Syrophoenician woman
Syrophoenician woman
Prayer of intercession
Cemetery of your heart
Issue Date: 11-Feb-2021
Publisher: Hekima Jesuit Community
Citation: Hekima Jesuit Community Homilies
Series/Report no.: February 11, 2021;p.2
Abstract: After the devastation of the First World War, a group of Quakers responded to the need of the impoverished people of Poland by distributing food and clothing. “As the story goes, one relief worker contracted typhus and died within twenty-four hours. There were no other cemeteries, except that of Roman Catholics, and canon law forbade burying anyone not of that confession in consecrated ground. So the deceased relief worker was buried in grave outside the fence of the cemetery. But during the night the villagers moved the fence of the cemetery to include the grave.”1
Description: Fr. Marcel Uwineza, S.J. Hekima Jesuit Community February 11, 2021
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