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DaNang-one of my favorit cities.

Contributor: jverme8857aolcom [41] 12/16/01

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From the moment our plane touched down in DaNang, we were greeted with open arms and smiling faces. We visited Sister Angela at the Sacred Heart Orphanage on China Beach. It was such a shock to her to see American faces again. She was so delighted to see us and hold us. We fell in love with her and the children immediately. It was one of the most memorable parts of the trip. She has since passed on to her Heavenly reward. I know she watches us here and prays for us. We loved Sister Angela and the Sisters at Sacred Heart. They lifted our hearts and souls. God Bless Them and the work that they do. ANN VERMEIRE

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