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... seminarians who studied independently outside of the seminary under the guidance of Fr. Jorge Alvarez Calderon. On finishing the theology program Manuel had to find a "benevolent" bishop and he found such a bishop in the high mountain plateau of Puno. For a person born on the coast, working at the high altitude of Puno and Sicuani took its toll and required that one go down to the coast a few times a year just to give the lungs a break. Manuel's work became ...
... morning as Melo had received a phone call that his mother was quite ill.
By 5:30 we were up and getting ready, we had a lovely breakfast of tortillas, black beans, cheese and scrambled eggs, that was proceeded by the juice of a coconut. Of course rich black coffee came. We could not leave before 7 because Melo had agreed to take a couple and their child to El Progreso. This turned out to be most interesting as the couple both worked in one of the infamous GILDAN sweatshops. ...
... but I was somewhat curious to observe. At no point did I consider killing a chicken myself, and after watching the first two, I decided to go play soccer with the kids at the site. There are two standard ways of killing chickens here: chopping off the head with a machete, or snapping the chicken’s neck by swinging it. I have always used the phrase “running around like a chicken with its head cut off,” but I never actually witnessed what that ...
... several ancient metallic titbits appeared. 3 or 4 more men assisted him as he disappeared beneath the bus. We were not sure if they were there on the bus just to help or were passengers who volunteered. A little boy too came down from his seat to supervise. The engine was not switched off, nobody murmured. This was a good sigh. After 20 minutes of hectic tinkering the bus moved on. Slowly for a few hundred yards.
The bus crossed the road to the other side ...
... br> Much against his desires, after last week's trip to Mexico for an important Latin American conference with delegates from 16 countries, Melo again had to travel to speak at a Jesuit conference in Managua, Nicaragua for representatives of the "Fe y Alegrķa " network of Jesuit sponsored schools. So with the weekend free Ana invited me to accompany her and Alejandra to visit her little village in the Department of Sta. Barbara.
After a pleasant ...