Clarion Hotel San Pedra Sula
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... their music which is often played on Radio Progreso and he leans on their generosity when events require some music. They play at fiestas, both private and public, but for Melo they offer their music as a contribution because they know about him through the radio and other organizations.
After a most grateful farewell we returned to El Progreso to prepare for the evening Torchlight March of the Indignant, occurring simultaneously in most cities in Honduras. The ...
... so nice to see everyone adjusting to being so far out of their comfort zone and so many new friendships being made. I never wanted kids but since they all call me mom it looks like I now have 11!!
Today, Wednesday, was also a really long day. Between the heat and the sun, which was nearly unbearable, it was definitely not easy at the work site. We stayed in Villa again and worked on the same projects as the other two days here, but today one of my ...
... In a country with extreme poverty and extreme unemployment, having any job is considered to be a stroke of luck. Everyone knows what it means to work in the "maquillas", the assembly line sweatshops owned by private corporations from around the world. The worst employers are said to be the Chinese. The Chinese capitalists are ruthless and totally without morals. The Americans are said to be nasty but occasionally with a touch of compassion. It depends on the amount of ...
... 4 wheel drive to get over the hill and we made it back to the house of Saul to pick up some of his family who wanted to attend the Easter Vigil with Melo in Nueva Esperanza. In all the communities there was a full celebration of the Easter Vigil led by local "delegates" or leaders. In Nueva Esperanza Melo had Olga stand beside him for the entire liturgy except when she was involved in other aspects of the celebration. She had everything organized including the building of a ...
... ERIC/RP and to know them better outside of their normal workplace and to see them in action. It is clear that for them this is not just their "work", they share the vision of the Jesuit social apostolate and they help to define this vision and make it happen. It is not a lay apostolate where the lay people help the priests who maintain control and power. The team of ERIC/RP are integral members of a team, Melo is their guide and elder, but they are integral actors in this ...