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It’s a bird, it’s a plane, … no, it’s my superheroes

Claire Stewart reflects on the superpowers in her theater classroom  By Claire Stewart “A hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles.” —Christopher Reeve I am not sure how a child chooses their favorite superhero. It might be the person they can relate to the most or the one with the...
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For the Kluegs, mission continues to be a family affair

Now out of Africa, this returned missioners’ family is still committed to mission and service By Debbie Northern After serving seven years with Maryknoll Lay Missioners in Mombasa, Kenya, Curt and Anita Klueg and their daughters, Rehema and Bethany, returned to the United States in 2015. The family has continued their call to mission and service in Detroit. In Kenya,...
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Signs of hope

How lay missioners have assisted Cambodia’s Deaf community in building a better future Story and photos by Karen Bortvedt “I remember hiding in a ditch, with some tree limbs over us,” says Heang Samath. “There were four of us together. My parents, my older brother who was hearing, and me—the one deaf person. My parents told us we needed to...
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