Monday, March 03, 2008

Pennsylvania church finds place for those with disabilities

At the Most Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church in Pennsylvania, volunteers hold special religious-education classes for children and adults with disabilities, who show off their progress every year by reading and serving at the church's disability-awareness mass. "We try to look at their abilities, rather than their disabilities," said the program's coordinator. Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

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