Health Care in Honduras

Reflections from Rev. Richard Kunz Former Executive Director in Honduras Two weeks ago, one of the teenagers at the technical school foolishly tried to leap from one roof to another, and instead fell over twenty feet onto a cement sidewalk, badly injuring his head. He was taken to the emergency room at Hospital Escuela. Claudia and Lazaro went immediately to the hospital with the
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Service Team Blogs

Read stories from recent service team members. A service team from St. Luke’s in Burlington, Ontario traveled to El Hogar March 1-7, 2014. Click here to read their blog. A Service Team of 14 women from The Parish of the Epiphany in Winchester, MA traveled to El Hogar the week of March 2-9, 2013 . Click here to read their blog. A Service Team from The Parish of
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The children are growing and learning so much

The children are growing and learning so much and we are always especially impressed with the teachers who demonstrate tremendous love and caring for them. A special time for our team is to attend morning devotions and watch how the teachers go to each child, straightening their collars or their hair and giving them hugs and a gentle word. One rarely sees other than
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Honduras was an adventure that changed my life

Honduras was an adventure that changed my life. It’s very difficult to put into words all of the experiences that happened in my brief time there. I think I can best put it that if anyone who may question the existence of God should go on a mission to a poor country. God’s presence was everywhere; the love from the boys at El Hogar
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A summer experience for our hearts and minds.

This summer my wife, Pam, and I were part of a service team which traveled to Honduras to work at El Hogar. At least, “to work at El Hogar” is the simple way to explain what we were doing there. It would be more accurate to say that we went there to let the boys and staff of El Hogar Projects work on our
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One last wish.

Former Executive Director in Honduras, Rich Kunz, tells the story of a grandfather who, on his deathbed, places his two grandsons into the care of El Hogar. Rich Tells About Grandfather’s Wish.


The very first reunion.

On November 4, 2005 El Hogar Projects held their first reunion of El Hogar graduates. Thirty young men came to celebrate with the current graduates and to share news from their lives. Excitement was in the air as the young boys listened attentively to the stories shared by their older brothers and predecessors. Here are some of their stories. Jose Argelio Fernandez Lopez came
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