Korean archdiocese establishes parish to care for blind Catholics
Catholic World News - February 10, 2011
The Archdiocese of Seoul, South Korea, has set up a parish program to provide for the pastoral needs of the blind.
Father Stephen Ko Hyeong-seo has been given special responsibilities to care for blind Catholics, allowing for their registration in a parish that will have hymnals and weekly bulletins printed in Braille.
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