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A Short Tour of Good Shepherd

 

 

 

by Rebecca

Welcome to Good Shepherd Seminary! We’re glad you stopped by. Let us show you around:

Welcome!

Yes, that is an entire stalk of bananas

Our house, with each of the bedroom windows visible

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Our clothesline

We do lots of laundry

We do lots of laundry

The gardens next to our house, with classroom building visible

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The Mary grotto and pineapple garden kitty-corner to our house, with the bursar’s office building visible

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The library, where Rebecca will eventually work if she ever digs herself out at the Bursar’s office

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The chapel. Mass is at 6:45 am, evening prayer 5:40 pm, night prayer 9:45 pm.

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The interior of the chapel. Anastasia loves to sing Alleluia!

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The students’ dining hall and path to the dorms

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The boar, proud father of 6 piglets

He likes sweet potatoes

They live at the piggery behind the maintenance shed

The stairway up to the water tanks and the forest

"This is my forest!"

“This is my forest!”

Good Shepherd as a whole, as seen from the forest

Priests' dining hall and garage in foreground, library visible on far left

Priests’ dining hall and garage in foreground, library visible on far left

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1 Comment

  1. dave and mary allen says:

    Hi Guys, the pictures are fascinating. Your walks sound like you are right at home. We are so happy to be included on your site. May God richly bless all your days. Dave and Mary A

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