Over the past 3 or 4 years, George McAleenan has visited Our Lady’s High School in Motherwell on several occasions to talk about the work of the charity. This school is George’s Alma Mater so he has a special affection for it! The school has been very supportive of the charity financially, but their support hasn’t stopped there. Some of its talented pupils have made two “Marian Tapestries” which have been given to the charity for use in the chapel in Casa Walsingham, in Medellín. The “tapestries” are copies of stained glass panels in the doors of the school’s chapel and on his last trip to Colombia George took them with him and presented them to Fr Peter in the chapel at Casa Walsingham. The school feels a special bond with the charity both because George is one of its ‘old boys’, and because Our Lady is patron of both.