“Garden of Angels” in memory of aborted babies

By N.J. Viehland

NazarethFormation House, built and founded in 1999 by Bob and Emy Garon, and accredited by the Department of Health, pioneers in the field of rehabilitation and behavior modification in the Philippines.

Tombstones placed by mothers on retreat in memory of babies they had aborted, as part of a ritual for spiritual healing at Nazareth Formation House in San Jose Batangas owned and run by Bob and Emy Garon with their psychologist daughter Vanessa. Photo by N.J. Viehland

Bob Garon, former La Salette priest and founder of DARE rehabilitation center for addiction, tells the story of the Garden of Angels in his Nazareth Formation House in San Jose, Batangas where mothers who had aborted their babies can go on retreat for spiritual healing. Photo by N.J. Viehland

Tombstones are placed after mothers who had aborted their babies undergo a penitential and healing ritual after a retreat at Nazareth Formation House in San Jose Batangas. Photo by N.J. Viehland

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