Mass for the Celebration of the Life of Sister Maria Rosa

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Sister Maria Rosa 1926-2020

By this time most of you have heard that Sister Maria Rosa has gone to be with her Father in heaven. This was not unexpected since she had been failing for quite a while but it still leaves a large hole in our hearts that she is gone. I first met Sister over 40 years ago and at that meeting she captivated me so much with her charisma and charm that she changed my life and that of my family forever. We became life long friends with our many trips to her home, and her trips to our home here...

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Food bags for those in need

Due to the restrictions in Honduras, many people are without work and cannot afford food for their families. Churri let us know of the desperate need and was able to collect staple foods to be packaged and distributed. Last weekend the young men at Casa Noble assembled over 70 bags of food (not an easy task!) and distributed them to those in need in the surrounding community. Each food bag will feed a family of four for a few weeks. We are grateful to everyone who made this possible so quickly!

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SOR María Rosa tests positive for COVID-19

SOCIEDAD AMIGOS DE LOS NIÑOS OFFICIAL COMMUNICATION Tegucigalpa, M.D.C., Honduras. – JULY 11, 2020. - Sociedad Amigos de los Niños (SAN), founded in 1966 by Sister María Rosa Leggol, Honduran Franciscan Nun, who has dedicated her whole life protecting the most vulnerable children in the country as well as thousands of families and communities in emergency situations and need throughout its 54 years of tireless work, by this means COMMUNICATES TO ALL HONDURANS, FORMER BENEFICIARIES, FRIENDS AND FAMILY, COLLABORATORS IN HONDURAS AND ABROAD, THE FOLLOWING: Yesterday, July 10, 2020, Sister Maria Rosa received the results of her PCR test...

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COVID-19 Emergency Fund

In response to COVID 19, the children in our care have been in quarantine for two weeks. Staff have received workshops on hygiene and they have lots of soap and water. The Tias (caregivers) are taking very good care of the children at this time and we are making extra efforts to get food supplies to the children’s homes.

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