He punishes us by not allowing us to go to the chapel before writing 500 times in our notebooks the mistake we made.
In here we do not lie, we do not steal and we do not beat one another, Alexandru, who is now 13, tells while going towards Pater Don Demidoff's room.
He realized that his destiny was to be a priest and since he had been rejected by the Roman-Catholics he considered that joining the Independent Catholic Church better suited his philanthropic destiny. On Sundays he holds services for the gypsy children that live nearby.
People listen to his advice and everybody knows about him for a long time now- he is the priest whom all abandoned children come to.
After my mother died, my father did not want to care for me anymore.
I am from Dumbraveni and I came to Pater Don Demidoff, who received me. But when we do something wrong he can be severe - he scolds and punishes us.
The faith, the teachings I try to offer them are much more important.
Don Demidoff receives all his guests with a smile on his face.Yes, I have invested a lot in these children, and when I say this I don't refer only to the material aspect of it.It is with him that we discuss the problems we have, he helps us grow, Alexandru says about the priest who ever since 1991 has been fighting against mentalities, institutions and individuals in order to help the Romanian homeless children.Alexandru eats in silence, at peace with himself, near the several other tens of children who grow up around Don Demidoff, the priest of abandoned children.Beste, Op de site van Studiehuis Resort of Security Roemeni kwam ik dit artikel tegen die ik je niet wilde onthouden.