This week, we received a card with a handwritten note from the woman that conducted the classes. This is what she wrote:
I want to take this opportunity to say thank you for giving me the privilege of preparing your son for First Communion and Confirmation. He did an excellent job and you can be very proud of him.I was blown away. Here, we should have been expressing our gratitude (which we did) for her hard work and she was writing to us to thank us for letting her prepare our son for the sacraments. This type of attitude goes to further enforce in our hearts and mind that our son is in the right place. The people there really do care about the kids and make an impact in improving their lives.