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... from across the U.S. “The 25th anniversary year is a tremendous opportunity to recognize the commitment of Congressman McGovern and ERIC/Radio Progresso to human rights in El Salvador and Honduras respectively,” said Christopher Kerr, ISN executive director. Kerr continued, “The continued work of these honorees highlights the legacy of the Jesuit martyrs, inspiring us all to work for a more peaceful and just ...
... 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 ...
... br> The ceremony lasted a full three hours. After the communion liturgy there were a number of speakers ending with the new bishop. The clergy were sitting off the the sides of the altar which was on a raised platform. During the speeches many of the clergy removed their vestments and started to leave, along with many of the people who were baking in the heat. People were walking about and chatting before the final blessing. It was as if the master ...
... were! I also brought them bottles of nail polish, and tomorrow
will bring over the dresses.
Tonight’s activity is the
movie Sin Nombre, about Honduran gangs, and some kids’ fights to get across the
border in search of a better, safer life. Very much based on a true story,
upsetting, violent, graphic, and quite sad Unfortunately this is the reality
than many of my Honduran friends will have to face throughout their ...
... truly courageous people. You need to be courageous to try to live a normal life. Last night I was having dinner with the Jesuit community in the shelter of a large enclosure of their private high school. We could hear gun shots from not far away. Perhaps it was the police or perhaps some of the gang activity, or just someone being shot on the way home. It is just common: someone commented on the gun shots but it was just passed by because it is so normal.