Wednesday, June 04, 2008
CATHOLIC STUDENTS RESTORE JEWISH CEMETARY
A group from an American Catholic college restored a Jewish cemetery in a Belarusian village.
Fifteen students and four professors from the Franciscan Siena College in Albany, N.Y., found and erected 120 toppled gravestones at the Rubiazhevichi cemetery in three days. They also rebuilt the entrance to the cemetery with the help of local residents.
Read it here.