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Building on Tradition, Catholic Hospitals Invest in Community to Improve Health

In Crosswalk Magazine, Liz Duffrin writes about local investments by Catholic Hospitals in their local communities: “Orders of women committed to serving impoverished communities built hospitals and schools because they observed those needs.”

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Publication date: 2017-07-19
Parent publication: Crosswalk Magazine
Publisher: Build Healthy Places Network
Publication URL: Building on Tradition, Catholic Hospitals Invest in Community to Improve Health

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