Hotel Casa Del Arbol Galerias
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... In 1974 after my ordination as a priest and new assignment to Km 11, Denis appeared at the door one day wearing a Roman collar and asking for someone to accompany him. In Peru we almost never wore clerical garb, so this was something different. There had been a military invasion of a hacienda cooperative in the further area of Denis's parish and many of the men of the men had been captured and taken prisoner by the military. The parishioners had come to Denis ...
... the church for the initial ceremony of light. Melo said later that Olga reminded him of the gospel stories about how the women were there at the cross when the men fled. He said that Olga was like Mary Magdalene, faithful woman and early church leader.
There was a personal touch to this celebration for me. I noticed Maria Francisca holding the youngest daughter of Olga but little Roxana had fallen asleep on the church bench in front of her and was not safe. I moved over to ...
... 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 aņo" 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 ...
... We had 2 options (isn't that always the case?), the luxurious bus company (H.A) reach Copan quickly in A/C comfort in both the vehicle and exclusive waiting hall or the regular one (C.S) which is likely to be a bit messy with overcrowding and the occasional breakdown. We had just missed one of these buses and our next one was 2 hours away. The luxury option was 4 hours away. Rather than wait that long we opted for the regular trip and spent the intervening time ...
... anywhere, suddenly fell on Ana. Osman's brother, Ramiro, is a Jesuit priest whom we know as he was in Toronto in the winter of 1989, and there we got to know him. Thus the family of Osman and Ana are part of the extended Jesuit circle, and good friends of Melo. Many people fall into Melo's circle of care and protection, but Ana and her family are close to Melo. So again it is through Melo that I have been pulled into the small loving circle of Ana and her ...