We were ordered on June 2/18 in Piedecuesta. We are women who
love animals, life, the countryside and after our ordinations as women presbyters, we have gone to the countryside, to visit the family, who could not accompany us, for various reasons. We wanted to come to the field to praise God blessing Mother and Father, feeling and living the Laudato if from the depths of our being as women.
«Humanity still has the capacity to collaborate to build our common home» (13)
Blanca Azucena and María Teresa the two new presbyteries, ordered June 2/18, feeling and living the "Laudato si", to life, to animals to plants.
" Any impairment of solidarity and civility produces environmental damage " '(142).
The question of water : The Pope states bluntly that "access to safe drinking water is a fundamental, universal and universal human right, because it determines the survival of people, and therefore is a condition for the exercise of other rights humans". Depriving the poor of access to water means "denying them the right to life based on their inalienable dignity" (30).
Before we got home, nature spoke to us and sang ...
Here goes the remittance that we have brought.
Here we do everything, the most important thing to celebrate, enjoy and defend life!
If " climate is a common good, of all and for all " (23)
The girl is waiting for us. He wants Maria Teresa to know and see the little calf.
It's time to prepare the food. Mute santandereano that nourishes us and gives life.
Maria Teresa takes care of the chickens, lest Blanca Azucena think of partying with them, and make delicious tamales with chicken.
The loss of biodiversity : " Every year thousands of plant and animal species disappear that we can no longer know, that our children can no longer see, lost forever " (33).
With your permission I take a break, do not bother me the dog, which is my best friend. I still lack a lot of land here in Venezuela.
* Roman Catholic Presbyter.