March 20, 2013
[Anglican Communion News Service] Walking into the Holy Cross Hospice in Gaborone, Botswana, one may be greeted with charming smiles and the sweet aroma of food emanating from the kitchen. The environment is so full of life and welcoming. This is not exactly what most people would expect.
For many people, a hospice, being a place for the terminally ill, would be a sombre and lifeless place. But not at Holy Cross.
“When I came to this place, I was not able to walk...