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Faith, language, and communication

The Holy Land Institute for the Deaf is located in Salt, just a short drive from Amman, Jordan. It caters to around 120 students aged 3 1/2 to 21, about 90% of whom live on site. Executive Director, Brother Andrew A.L. de Carpentier is originally from the Netherlands, but when a friend asked him to help run a youth center for deaf children in Lebanon, he found a new vocation, and a new home.

Brother Andrew became fascinated by sign language; […]

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An interview with the ABCD

The Word is a podcast that talks to prominent figures about their life and faith through the lens of their favorite Bible verses. Today, they talk to Katharine Welby-Roberts, who became known as the ABCD (Archbishop of Canterbury’s daughter), after her father’s election and her enthusiastic tweeting thereafter.

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