Don Guanella Village’s training facility has moved from its location in Delaware County from Springfield to Secane, and Archbishop Charles Chaput blessed the new Catholic Social Services facility Thursday, Sept. 11. Located in the former school of Our Lady of Fatima Parish in Secane, the program offers vocational training, life skills training and limited work opportunities for more than 200 adults with a range of intellectual limitations, through the help and supervision of CSS staff. (Photos by Sarah Webb)
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Don Guanella is a hero and unfortunately is not as well known as he should be. This saint left a wonderful legacy of what is truly important in life.