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... that they end up with very few alternatives to life other than producing more impoverished babies, and the cycle continues. I had the opportunity to chat with one of the RP team. We were talking about the difficulties for young couples to get started in their marriage. Of course they would rather begin with their own home but mortgages or bank loans are prohibitive. The banks offer 2 1/2 % on deposits, but charge an interest of 35% on loans. (That is not a mistake - ...
... black beans and grilled meat with different sauces) and cans of chilled beer.
Again Melo broadcast his evening program America Libre via SKYPE from the house interviewing Karla and other guests. Many of the women were from different women's groups who are quite involved in human rights work. I was surrounded by these marvellous strong women whose determination and courage is simply incredible. Of course Melo took advantage of Karla's presence ...
... with banners and about 5 piņatas filled with candy. The children were anxious for the mass to begin, and end quickly, so that they could get on with the ceremony of the piņata.
Melo was accompanied by a good friend, a priest from Spain who is visiting, but who had previously worked in Tocoa when Melo was a seminarian and there for a pastoral experience and pre-theology studies. The liturgy was organized by a small group of nuns who work in Ocatillo. ...
... In all about 10 members of Radio Progreso will be attending. This is a trip I am very much looking forward to, and I am sure it will be a profound experience. We return Friday.
Experience 1: Melo offered to take one of the women workers from RP to her home not far from when he lives but over some of the worst roads in Central America and still in the city. As we approached her neighborhood Melo asked me to lower my window. The reason is that ...
So Argentina lost. Probably the only negative thing you will see in today's blog. I can’t believe I’ve only been here for 2 days. I just know the last few days will go by so fast. Couple of quick things before I share today’s adventures. I got to see Ana Lucia this morning!!! For those of you who do not know her, she is one of my most favoritest people ever! Raised in an orphanage here in Honduras, Ana Lucia grew up knowing that she ...