Captions for the Slideshow
Photo 1: A classroom transformed into an operating theater.
Photo 2: A sumptuous view of the mountain and tropical countryside.
Photo 3: The St. Vincent Ferrier chapel.
Photo 4: “Waiting room” under guard.
Photo 5: The chapel transformed into a dispensary. The sanctuary is separated by a curtain decorated with panels of the Mysteries of the Rosary painted by the Oblate Sisters.
Photos 6 and 7: Care of souls and care of the body. After her feeling faint, this patient was able to confess and receive the extreme unction.
Photo 8: A very modest but touching chapel, lost in these mountains at the end of the world. This place is one of the most distant from the barangay (the municipality) to which this district is attached.
Photo 9: Care of souls.
Photo 10: Care of souls.
Photo 11: Our Lady of the Philippines.
Photo 12: Mass in the chapel at nightfall.
Photo 13: The kitchen area.
Photo 14: Lunch break.
Photo 15: Receiving the “Certificate of Appreciation”: Filipinos are fond of this kind of honorary ceremony. This is how they are used to showing their sincere gratitude to the members of the Mission.
Photos 16-17: portraits
Photos 18-19: “The Lord is my shepherd.”
Photo 20: Missionary!
Photo 21: A big thank you to our special correspondent!