ACH153: Ven. Nelson Baker was a Catholic priest whose radical trust in Our Lady of Victory helped him serve orphans, mothers, and children for decades. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us about the turning points in his life that led to the City of Charity in Lackawanna, New York.
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- Our Lady of Victory National Shrine & Basilica
- Father Baker
- OLV Charities
- Father Nelson Baker — Buffalo’s Padre of the Poor| National Catholic Register
- College of St. Joseph the Worker
- Hilltop Children’s House | Montessori School Steubenville
- Our Lady of Victory Basilica (Lackawanna, New York) – Wikipedia
- Nelson Baker – Wikipedia
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