Maria Robles, left, Lexington Bishop John Stowe, Rachel Smith and Tom Little bowed their heads Wednesday as Stowe blessed the McCullough Drive site where a house will be built for Robles and her children. The Habitat for Humanity project is dedicated to Pope Francis, who has spoken often about helping people.
Maria Robles, left, Lexington Bishop John Stowe, Rachel Smith and Tom Little bowed their heads Wednesday as Stowe blessed the McCullough Drive site where a house will be built for Robles and her children. The Habitat for Humanity project is dedicated to Pope Francis, who has spoken often about helping people. Herald-Leader
Maria Robles, left, Lexington Bishop John Stowe, Rachel Smith and Tom Little bowed their heads Wednesday as Stowe blessed the McCullough Drive site where a house will be built for Robles and her children. The Habitat for Humanity project is dedicated to Pope Francis, who has spoken often about helping people. Herald-Leader

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