""I'm just a small priest here, with no income. So I tell the kids, we should continue to pray and be thankful to the Lord. So that in turn, our benefactors will continue to support us."

Indeed this "small priest" had turned the lives of hundreds of orphan boys into big miracles. In 1972, he founded an orphanage for boys named, Sapak Farm at Compostela, Cebu with a motto: “work, pray and share.” The orphanage houses an average of 70 boys every year from 9 to 20 years of age where they are provided free board and lodging and education. 
This orphanage documentary video was produced by Bid Ocean Inc. a corporation based in the US as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives for their offices here in the Philippines. Their Cebu office has donated sacks of rice and gift-packs of food and educational materials for the boys.
Two years after producing this short documentary of Sapak Farm School, Fr. Non passed away on June 30, 2016 at the age of 93 years old.
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