Hotel Casa Colonial S.P.S
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... defining aspect of my vision and work. Few Oblates were at that time invited to join ONIS as for many their option tended to be more "spiritual" and disengaged from the struggle of the poor. I had the good fortune to have been assigned to work with the two men who were open to the Theology of Liberation and who were committed to the social justice component of the mission work. Denis, long time officially retired from the diocese of Edmonton, bought a house ...
... church leader, and me providing child care for Olga so she could carry on with her leadership role.
The church fortunately had to my surprise an electricity generator so two light bulbs were brought into the church. It is amazing how much came from those two small florescent lights. The liturgy finished after a bit more than 2 hours, and people headed down the only road in the darkness, most having to cross a stream along the way. One older man accepted the offer of a ...
... how I never see that in the US. In fact, we usually can’t be within a few hundred feet at fireworks shows! And forget a kiss at midnight- here everyone wishes each other "Feliz año" and hugs all those around.
Wednesday at the worksite was also a new experience. We were all quite tired so unfortunately not as effective as we were the previous 3 days, but it was a shorter workday due to a special event following lunch. As many of you may know, here in ...
... plastic benches rather than stand through the 4 hour journey, but it is not that much of a comfort without suspension and a backrest. And, of course, procedure for exiting became a lot more complicated for those at the back but the efficient conductor was always at hand to ensure a smooth operation where the chairs were removed and reinstated.
It was a quiet afternoon and the bus rolled on a couple of hours without incident. At the turnoff to Copan, ...
... is a daughter only 14 years old, Alejandra.
Ana's family life turned tragic 6 years ago. Ana and her husband went shopping for the week's groceries. While unloading their car they were approached by a young man on a bicycle who pulled out a gun to rob them. Osman was shot and died soon after. Ana's family became another statistic in the murder capital of the world. Life is so cheap and everyone becomes a victim. So the task of being a single parent, ...
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