In 1954, a little boy in a Mexican village stole some money from the poor box of the small church. The young priest, an American named William Wasson, would not press charges and instead asked for custody of the boy. The judge not only agreed but sent him eight more homeless boys the following week. By the end of the year, Wasson was making a home for 32 boys.
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