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Video: One man & his cathedral

Staff  |  10 August 2016

For 53 years, Justo Gallego has devoted his days to building a cathedral by hand on his land on the outskirts of Madrid. Now 90, and with his life's work nowhere near finished, he continues to work on his dream each day, driven by his faith and trust in God. 

What is your great project for God? 

What legacy will you leave on this world?

The Lone Man Building a Cathedral By Hand from Great Big Story on Vimeo.

 

Topic tags: men’sspirituality, people’sstoriesoffaith, heroesandrolemodels, vocationsandlifechoices

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