In a house in Poing, seven girls, two nuns and a young woman from the Ukraine live together as a foster family – including the dog Zafika. How are they doing seven weeks after their escape?
Johanna Feckl, Poing
When Martina Hohl pushes her bike up the driveway, two girls wave at her from the window next to the front door. The 60-year-old Poingerin laughs. After she has locked her bike, Sister Maria Liubovi and Sister Maria Vseblaha greet her in the hallway of the residential building: they hug. It is a firm and hearty squeeze – as from people who have known each other well for a long time, who trust each other.