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News - November 26, 2021

Where learning English is 'medicine for the people'

Rosalie Rendu Center empowers immigrants by teaching language, acculturation and life skills

by Sue Dremann

Ever since she was a young nun, Sister Trinitas Hernandez wanted to follow the path of Rosalie Rendu, a 19th-century nun of the Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul. Rendu had dedicated her life to helping the poor in French slums at a time of great human influx due to the Industrial Revolution. In East Palo Alto, Sister Trinitas has been doing the same.

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