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Oblates Community offers temporary shelter

Half-Way Home, the De Mazenod Care a project initiated by the Oblates of Mary Immaculate Community to provide shelter to people who travel from distant places to the Colombo City was opened recently.

It will be a temporary shelter to those who come all the way from Anuradhapura, Hambantota, Monaragala, Mannar and Jaffna to attend to their health needs at the Colombo General Hospital. Once they are in Colombo they can come and rest, reside at ease in the De Mazenod Care, the Half-Way Home found within the Maradana Fatima Church premises, walking distance to Colombo General Hospital. It is a spacious building with six rooms and has attached bathrooms, kitchen and a lounge.

The picture shows His Lordship Rt. Rev. Dr. Norbert Andradi OMI, blessing and opening the De Mazenod Care, the Half-Way Home, in the presence of Maradana Fatima Church Parish Priest Rev.Fr. Dilan Perera OMI and other members of the Oblates Community.


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