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Following retirement from the teaching profession in December 2008 and the sudden death of my Mother in April 2009, I found myself looking around for something useful to do with my time. Having worked in a pressurised profession, in a managerial position and in an ever growing world of materialism and consumerism, I wanted to […]

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It is difficult for me to imagine that there are many places in the world which are filled with such wonderful people as at the Father Ray Foundation. People here come from every corner of the world, often with little in common other than their English language and the desire to take advantage of what […]

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Testimonial from Jane Skadhede (August 2008 – April 2009) Denmark It took only a few days before it became meaningful – the job. Maybe “the job” is a wrong word to use since it is not an ordinary job – it is more like a lifestyle working as a Volunteer at the Father Ray Foundation. […]

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Volunteering at the Fr. Ray Foundation When I’m looking back on my last 7 months as a volunteer here at the Fr. Ray Foundation I definitely had the best time of my life sharing my time with all these amazing people. I couldn’t have made any better decision to do my gap year after high […]

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