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The story begins in April 1996 in a small house in Guadalajara, Mexico, where three sisters of the Congregation of Our Lady of Guadalupe and St. Joseph cared for more than 30 children, including newborn babies and infants. Some of the babies were without any known families; others were abandoned due to extreme poverty and other circumstances that forced parents to give up their child.
In 2002, a Benefactor who remains anonymous donated a piece of land near the small village of San Pedro Tesistán on the south shore of Lake Chapala. After two small houses were built, two Sisters relocated to their new home with 21 school-aged children and toddlers. One sister remained in the Guadalajara home with the babies until a third house was completed in February 2008.