Hotel Casa Colonial S.P.S
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After our soup we sat about the home and met neighbours and relatives who came buy to visit or to purchase some small items from the store. In the late afternoon we said goodbye and returned to El Progreso. Ana drove me to Melo's house so I could get the truck and then I went over to Ana's house to pick up her and young Alejandra. Ana offered to accompany me to the airport to pick up Melo who was returning from Nicaragua. I was most grateful as I ...
... of members, eat together in real communion, and to show concern for a member of the community who was in greater need although most of those present (except myself) would be considered poor. This was church that probably wouldn´t happen if there was a church building to gather in with the clergy in the lead.
We took Carlos back home and stayed for a while. Antonia was in the process of grinding fresh coffee (one of those rare pleasures to ...
... snackie food. Yet when it came to the responses of the people during the liturgy, it was evident that the people were participating even if the setting was not traditional.
I was able to catch a ride back to the radio station and met up with some people there while poor Melo was somewhat stuck as there was supposed to be a lunch provided for the clergy who must have numbered over 100. In the evening the ordination was again a major item on the national ...
With only 3 hours of sleep for most of the ERIC/RP team, we set off as a small caravan at 3:50 a.m. over a dirt road for 2 hours until we connected to a paved highway that was not quite as marked with potholes. It was an alternative route that took some time off the return trip. We had to move quickly as Melo had accepted to celebrate a mass with a children's group in a sector called Ocatillo, which is part of greater San Pedro Sula. If Honduras is one of the most ...
... were doing, but it will be nice to stay in one place. So today we were working on the foundation for the second floor at the middle school. Different work assignments included cutting wire, rebar, forming rings with the rebar, and making the full floor supports, or "castillos" which consisted of 4 pieces of rebar surrounded by the attached rings. (you can see what I mean in the pictures) I started off cutting wire, and then got distracted by the pretty sparks ...
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