Nuestro Ahora, Inc., from left to right, Georgina (Local Committee), Celsa (prep student), Tati (prep student), Reyna (university student), Father Mark Ravizza, SJ, (who celebrated Mass), Cristina (Local Committee), Odilia (Local Committee), Miriam Haydee (prep student), Vickie (founder), and Magda (university student)
Hello to everyone. I hope you all are well. It makes me happy to be able to write again to you and share some of the joys and blessings God has given us.
This Sunday brought me so much joy. It was the first mass of the scholarship program, where we were all together, students, friends, family. We shared the liturgy and the readings that helped us reflect and continue to think about our goals.
After the mass we enjoyed lunch together. There were lots of smiles and congratulating. For me, it was a success to be able to participate in the mass and help my friends from the scholarship program in the day that I think we’ll remember for a long time.
It’s always a special month as well because we celebrate Monseñor Romero’s birthday. We also remember Jean Donovan and Sisters Dorothy, Ita, and Maura who are always present in our minds, accompanying us in our journey with their powerful examples of dignity and justice that we all need in this world.
We thank all the donors, the Local Committee in El Salvador, and the Board of Directors in the United States for the unconditional support they offer us.
We also thank Father Mark Ravizza, SJ, for celebrating the mass for us, our friends, and our families and for accompanying us on this unforgettable day.
Wishing you all many blessings and the profound joy of God,