Clarion Hotel San Pedra Sula
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... other children, including Magna's oldest son. These three attend high school in the city and finish at 1 pm and otherwise would be taking a bus back to the orphanage which is a bit outside of the city to the east. The reality is that had Magna not gone into crisis, her children would probably not be attending school simply because of the cost. Now they have adequate shelter, good meals each day and attend school. Sadly they are better off without ...
... of the orphanage administration, and of course none of the money raised ever got to the orphanage. It is what is called "the pornography of poverty", a lot of the stuff you see on TV that tugs at the heart and asks you for only the cost of a cup of coffee a day to save a child. So they have a reason to be cautious about strangers with cameras and sympathetic concerns.
Maria phoned the nun who is sort of the honorary head. Sister Theresita is elderly and really does not ...
... pregnant and of course in a Catholic country is offered no treatment after her rape nor any alternative to the pregnancy. Magna so far has not shown any signs of being infected herself.
Melo's team intervened and were able to secure for Magna conditional release under the legal protection of Radio Progreso. Once a week Magna is allowed supervised access to her children and for her to be accompanied requires extra documentation and processing, each week.
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... world wide and are known as experts in education and missionary work. Founded by Ignatius of Loyola officially in 1540, this group of highly disciplined and educated men became a power in the church, a strong arm in what was the official "counter-reformation" but also being a force for reform within the church and the clergy. In the missions the Jesuits were open to new cultures and adaptations of Catholic customs to meet the needs and understanding ...
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Miguel hosted me again on Thursday night in La Ceiba and introduced me to gafete, a hondurian drink similar to jagermeister. It's about as palatable. I also broke open my previous purchase of Hondrian rot-gut rum, a 375ml bottle that Miguel challenged me to split with him, before the gafete. Oh ya- and tequila and tequila-mangosteen fruit.
I actually remained relatively sober ...