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Every Child Deserves to Face the World with a Smile

Operation San Jos, comprised of 21 volunteers, traveled to the highlands of Guatemala from February 5th-13th of this year. As usual, the team brought all medicines, supplies and any needed equipment. Thirty patients, ranging in age from two months to 23 years of age, received a total of approximately 90 procedures. Most of the patients seen were of Mayan descent. Many of these indigenous families arrived at the Santa Elena National Hospital in Santa Cruz del Quich by chicken bus, after first walking long distances from remote mountainous villages. One of the many challenges faced during our trip was a language barrier. These Mayan Indian families speak various dialects, but not Spanish. We needed to engage interpreters to help us with this issue. The population of some Mayan villages, which do not have schools or clinics, is heavily influenced by legends and superstitions. We are grateful to the parents for trusting us with their children in spite of rumors and misinformation that foreigners wanted to kidnap their children and/or steal their organs. The group had completed what it thought was the last case of the week and began packing everything inside medical trunks when Dr. Cronin, Operation San Jos Medical Director, announced that another young patient with a bilateral cleft lip and open palate had just arrived at the hospital and needed surgery. The team understood exactly what this meant, as the reason why they came to this country was to help the kids. The surgical and

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The Operation San Jos team regularly visits Central and South America, providing free surgical repair of cranial and facial birth defects. anesthetic equipment was unpacked and the surgery proceeded with each professional volunteer doing his or her part to care for this little girl. No complaints were heard as team members embodied the mission statement of Operation San Jose, every child deserves to face the world with a smile. Bringing hope to the Mayan population was worth all the effort and challenges faced by our team. Our team and hospital staff, as
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2011 Spring Luncheon a Sold-Out Success

The 7th Annual CHRISTUS Foundation for HealthCare Spring Luncheon was a sold-out success thanks to the tremendous effort of co-chairs Ginny and Dennis Malloy and Patricia and James Banfill. On March 2nd, the River Oaks Country Club was overflowing with attendees to honor Anna Marie and Harold G. Hidalgo, Sr. and to hear the days keynote speakers, political pundits Mary Matalin and James Carville. Thousands of children receiving medical care at CHRISTUS School Based Clinics will benefit from the Luncheons success. School Based Clinic services are available in under served communities in Houston and in the Bay Area. The Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston schools include: Resurrection, Our Lady of Guadalupe, St. Peter the Apostle Middle School and St. Francis of Assisi. Yellowstone Academy located in Houstons 3rd Ward is also served. The Dickinson ISD schools include Bay Colony Elementary, Dickinson High School and K.E. Little Elementary. Thanks to all for a successful, sold-out luncheon.

James Carville and Mary Matalin with Honorees Anna Marie and Harold G. Hidalgo, Sr.

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well as patients and families were all pleased with the results; the Hospital Director invited us to return to Guatemala to visit once again the Santa Elena Hospital. Dr. Patricia Azaon, who for the last 25 years has been the Hospitals SubDirector, recently expressed her appreciation to the team with the following statement: I believe the experience of working with your team was very good. I have worked at this hospital for almost 25 years and have also collaborated in all the projects with mission groups from abroad. Throughout these years Operation San Jos has helped the most patients compared to other groups and yours was the most organized and supportive at our institution. Our staff was also very happy for the appreciation given them and we hope to have you back in the near future. We are indebted to Sister Rachel and Sister Francesa Kearns, Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word who provided initial contacts for Operation San Jos in Santa Cruz and at the Santa Elena Hospital, including Sisters Miriam Alicia Garcia and Sister Eileen Judge of the Hogar de Ancianos Sor Herminia, their nursing home facility in Santa Cruz del Quich. We are also grateful to Critas Quich for promoting our mission project among surrounding parishes and villages, and also to Agape in Action International for helping us facilitate the logistics of this trip.

Our Daily Bread Celebrates 25 Years

On March 16, 2011, CHRISTUS Our Daily Bread commemorated 25 years of of providing clients nourishment for the body and the soul. A Blessing and Rededication celebration included a welcome from Les Cave, President of CHRISTUS Foundation for HealthCare, and a Blessing and Rededication by Most Reverend Joseph A. Fiorenza, D.D., Archbishop Emeritus Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston. Guests participated in prayer, songs of praise and enjoyed refreshments. Clients of Our Daily Bread experience the daily struggle caused by drug and alcohol addiction, which often results in their homelessness. The value of CHRISTUS Our Daily Bread is best expressed through the words of those who have reclaimed their lives under its guidance. One such client named Timothy recently sent a letter to Our Daily Bread, which expresses the struggle and sentiment of so many in need. An excerpt follows: In May 2007 I was a client of Our Daily
Bread, also Salvation Army. I was a person dealing with an addiction to drugs. I was coming out of treatment but I was not ready to be clean because I had other things going on in my life. I had to change the people, places and things I used to do but was not ready to do that at that time. I had to take a look at myself. I also kept talking to the staff of Our Daily Bread and they helped me in many ways. I now have my own apartment and job. It took three years to find myself, but I had to stay with the program to maintain and keep myself strong. Timothy

Nun Run 2011

On behalf of CHRISTUS Foundation for HealthCare, the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, JSC Space Riders and Retreads Motorcycle Club, you are invited to participate in the 7th Annual Nun Run on Saturday, October 8, 2011.

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Villa de Matel 6510 Lawndale Street Houston, TX The Lone Star Flight Museum 2002 Terminal Drive Galveston, TX

Registration Details: $35 Early

Registration per driver or passenger. $50 On-Site Registration per driver or passenger.

The Mission of CHRISTUS Our Daily Bread is to minister to the person who is homeless in such a way that Gods love and compassion will be experienced by all. This mission is empowered by a professional team of counselors and social workers who offer the much-needed counseling and referral for addiction and mental-illness issues. CHRISTUS Our Daily Bread is also blessed with exceptional associates and volunteers, who lovingly offer their expertise in providing daily care for its clients. We offer our sincere thanks to our many volunteers and benefactors.

Day of Rally Info

9:00-10:15 a.m. On-Site Registration, Breakfast, and Nun Rides 9:30-10:30 a.m. Bike Judging Contest 10:15 a.m. Blessing of Riders and Bikes 10:30 a.m. Kick Stands up! Noon Post-Ride Lunch 3:00 p.m. Happy Trails For information, registration or to sponsor, Please visit CHRISTUSFoundation.org


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Wee See Program and Mammogram Mondays Make Strides

CHRISTUS St. John Hospital in Nassau Bay and CHRISTUS St. Catherine Hospital in Katy continue to serve those in need through two critical community outreach programs. Since 1993, CHRISTUS St. Johns Wee See Vision program has aided more than 900 school children. Children in the Clear Creek and Dickinson Independent School Districts with suspected vision problems are referred to the Wee See program by teachers, school nurses and counselors. Families cover a small co-pay for exams and lenses, with Wee See paying the balance of the bill at a discounted rate. At CHRISTUS St. Catherine Hospital, the Mammogram Mondays outreach program is offering mammograms to uninsured or underinsured women who are patients of local area clinics. Initial services include screening and physician interpretation. The Mammogram Mondays fund also ensures women will have access to follow-up tests if required. Launched in October of 2010,

Mammogram Mondays has already provided service to more than 100 women. For more information about the Wee See program call 281-333-8808. For more information on Mammogram Mondays, contact Dana Mersiovsky, Development Director at 281-599-6696

Foundation Prepares New Clinic with Sister Rosanne Popp, MD

The expansive, culturally diverse community thats Harris County always prepared to crow about the renowned Texas Medical Center and its far-reaching hospital systems is in fact home to 1.3 million men, women and children whose medically uninsured status constrains their access to top-quality, private medical care.

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In real-life terms, this means that many go without the primary medical attention they need and the rest of us want them to have, for their own good and ours. So our work goes on, as we endeavor to extend the healing Wayside Dr ministry ofSJesus Christ. In our last FOCUS, you read about the opening of new school-based clinics as well
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P.O. Box 1919 Houston, Texas 77251-1919 Address Service Requested

Non-Profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Houston, TX Permit #229

CHRISTUS Foundation for HealtHCare 2011 Board of direCtors

John A. Rossitto

Eugene R. Allspach
Vice Chair

Les Cave

Stephen D. Strake, Sr.


Paula Obsta
Recording Secretary
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Richard E. Agee James E. ( Jeb) Bashaw Nicole Cao Betty Stovall (Kit) Clark Donald R. Collins, Jr., M.D. Ernest D. Cronin, M.D. David B. Doherty Archbishop Emeritus Joseph A. Fiorenza Les B. Fox Tony Grijalva Robert L. Hargrave Jim Harris Gilbert Herrera
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Gigi Huang Ellen Jones Michael A. Kelly Howard F. Lederer Dennis M. Malloy Tommy Mann Lisa Martin George Martinez John L. McConn, Jr. Michael W. Mengis Hunter Nelson Kevin OGorman Sr. Rachel OKeeffe Lou Pelz

Sr. Yvonne Pratka Kim Richards Reverend Monsignor Frank H. Rossi Richard R. Torres Mark Turzillo Barron Wallace William H. (Bill) Wallace Raye G. White Robert E. Wiemer, Jr. Nellis G. Willhite II Don Woo

Life Directors
David L. Baird, Jr. Daniel A. Breen Ted H. Dinerstein Julia A. Frankel Lloyd J. Gregory, Jr., M.D. Harold G. Hidalgo, Sr. Artie Lee Hinds R. Stan Marek, Jr. Madeline O Brien James S. Prentice George W. Strake, Jr.

Advisory Council
Jai Daggett John A. Daugherty, Jr. Harriet Foster Robert W. Gibbs, Jr. Sandy Herrin Albert P. Keller Raymond J. Khoury Patrick J. Moran Trini Mendenhall Sosa Patricia (Bebe) Stegent


Planned Giving
A contributor can plan a gift to be funded in the future, through such vehicles as a will or a trust. Please contact Les Cave, at 713-803-1804 or Les.Cave@CHRISTUSHealth.org.

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Missing meals?
Many people are. And at CHRISTUS Our Daily Bread, were feeding people whove never needed assistance before. Its hard for them to ask, but easy for you to answer. Please help us, help them. Give online or make one easy call to 713.652.3100.

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Harriet and Joe Foster Sustain Sister Rosanne Popps Mission

CHRISTUS Foundation for HealthCare is delighted to thank and recognize Harriet and Joe Foster for their generous support for Sister Rosanne Popp, M.D. Sr. Rosanne, a board-certified primary care physician, will lead our new primary care clinic on Wayside Drive in Southeast Houston CHRISTUS St. Marys Clinic. Through their admiration and love for Sister Rosanne, the Fosters have helped countless individuals live healthier and more productive lives through CHRISTUS Foundation. We remain deeply grateful to Harriet and Joe for their steadfast friendship and assistance. CHRISTUS Foundation for HealthCares Board of Directors and staff express heartfelt thanks to our generous friends. In recognition of your generosity, gifts of $100 and greater from November 1, 2010 to March 31, 2011 are listed. Thank you again.
AABC Home & Commercial Services Acclaim Energy Advisors Active Network Adams Law Firm Agee Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Agee Aggressive Property Management, Inc. Ms. Nancy K. Alldredge Allegiance Bank Texas Ms. Karen G. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Eugene R. Allspach AMOCO Federal Credit Union Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Anderson Mrs. Suan Angelo Anonymous Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston Arena Energy Foundation Mr. and Mrs. M. Truman Arnold Fred Astaire Dance Studios in Katy Mr. and Mrs. David L. Baird, Jr. Ms. Myrna J. Baker Mrs. Madelyn Bambace Mr. and Mrs. James M. Banfill Bank of Houston Medical Center Ms. Maria Baray Ms. Karen Batchelor Miss Marion Bell Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Bellamy II Mrs. Mary T. Bergeron Beryl Companies BHP Billiton Matched Giving Program Mr. and Mrs. Charles Biggs Ms. Sherry A. Black MH Blair Estate Ms. Susan Blake Mr. Kerry G. Bonner Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Bonnin Ms. Delanie Bossier Ms. Betty A. Bowden Ms. Magaly Brabner Dr. and Mrs. Albert H. Braden III Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Brand Mrs. Lucile Bridges Mr. and Mrs. Paul Broussard Ms. Elizabeth M. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Brown Ms. Patricia J. Bruning Mr. Harry T. Bucalo Ms. Danesse Mae Bunag Harry S. & Isabel C. Cameron Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Ba H. Cao Mrs. Leocadia Carter Catholic Family Fraternal of Texas - Society 91 Mr. and Mrs. Howard Catlett Mr. Les Cave CCVI Administration & Program Ms. Samantha Celestine Charity Guild of Catholic Women Ms. Celia Christie CHRISTUS Fund CHRISTUS Health CHRISTUS Health Gulf Coast CHRISTUS Provider Network CHRISTUS St. Catherine Hospital

Support from Harriet and Joe Foster will help the new CHRISTUS St. Marys Clinic build a strong foundation of service to our community.
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