Hotel Casa Maria
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... each night. I got TWO tonight! Yay me!
Sorry for the short entry tonight but it’s almost 11:30 and I am exhausted. I may not be able to write one tomorrow as after dinner we are headed to the big discoteca Zona 504, which I have never been, for New Year’s Eve! I can’t believe it is almost 2015. What the heck happened to 2014?? It’s been pretty awesome though!!
Happy New Year all! Prospero Aņo Nuevo a ...
... the American embassy the results were a forgone conclusion. The situation in Honduras is probably worse, greater repression of community leaders, impunity for the police, the military and the private security guards of the wealthy. There is greater poverty, fewer children attending school, public health institutions have been robbed of vital supplies, and the narco-trafficking has managed to get some of its people into elected positions.
But the country "seems" calm. ...
... in his native Honduras. Fr. Moreno has also previously testified before the U.S. Congress at the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission regarding the human rights situation in Honduras and the fear he, his staff, and other journalists experience. The awards are part of ISN’s year-long commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the Jesuits’ deaths, which kicked off with a delegation to El Salvador comprised of Jesuit ...
... his electric base guitar for the trip and another elder was there with his guitar. Two delegates of the work conducted what normally would be the Sunday gathering, with great participation from people filling the area inside the yard and many people standing in the street facing the house. It was the birthday of two members of the community - a young girl and a young woman.
The music had some of the regular songs that one would hear in ...
... provided to the Cardinal. As we drove into the school complex, we passed by the armed military guards along the road outside and inside the school grounds.
Perhaps my reaction comes from being an outsider. Armed military guards for an ordination just seems somewhat unusual, if not something else. The people here are so used to seeing armed military and heavily armed private security guards, this probably didn't even raise an eyebrow other than ...