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... a mass in a small chapel in one of the poorer areas of El Progreso. On arriving we found the church open and a small crowd already warmed up with music. As Melo entered people were obviously pleased to see him and came over to greet him. The mass began shortly after 7 pm and ended around 8:30, certainly not rushed and with good participation. This was my first experience with this small community which officially is part of a larger Jesuit run parish. I was exhausted and ...
... a doubt the poorest in which we have stayed. She is devoted to Radio Progreso, which is well known in the area as both Radio Progreso and ERIC personnel have visited before and provided support to the people in the struggle to protect their land and water. For Gualdina and her extended family, to host Padre Melo has been an honour and privilege for they know him well but for the first time have met him.
We had breakfast around 6:30 am. Again some neighbours had gone ...
... the 300m to the main road and flag down a Mochito bus (typically marked Mochito SPS, which is not a suffix but abbreviation of the 3 word name of the larger city) for the 2 hour ride to Sula (as it is commonly known) and then get on a bus to Copan Ruinas.
Video: View from the Mochito-Sula bus
We were aware of Sula's reputation for crime and its stature as the unofficial murder capital of the world. And the news networks just love this sort of thing ...
... has few opportunities available to her and other than Radio Progreso and Maria she has no real support system. (Maria is here only for a few more months before she returns to Spain to finish her Masters program in law.) Even if the past had not happened, Magna has little formal training in anything and is largely unemployable. She says she could work in the market selling clothing, but that would be minimal work for long hours and the children would be left unattended. What do ...
Sunday was not a day of rest, at least not in a traditional sense. Melo seldom tells me what he (what we) might be doing that day. Late Saturday night I did get some prior announcement as we would be leaving early in the morning.
We have not had water for 4 days except for a slow drip at times, enough to fill the outside wash tank that is found outside all homes with the built in scrub board. The water pressure was not enough to even reach the kitchen sink, so we were carrying ...
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