Mi experiencia como misionera humanitaria… My experience as a Humanitarian Missionary…


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Quiero compartir con ustedes la razon de porque empeze a hacer misiones catolicas de corte humanitario y como estas cambiaron para siempre mi punto de vista acerca de la vida, el mundo, la humanidad, Dios.

Hace 3 anos tuve una conversion del ateismo (o por lo menos agnostismo) al catolisismo. Pero no fue un brinco de un extremo a otro sin antes investigar por muchos meses diferentes creencias, incluyendo la “nueva era”, zin, ciencias ocultas, astrologia, etc. Pero despues de estudiar bastante y por meses los inicios de la iglesia cristiana, (ya que fui catolica asta los 18 anos) y despues de leer y ver todo lo que pude para meditar y razonar… tome la decision de re-encontrarme con la iglesia que Jesus fundo, la Iglesia Catolica.

Al leer la vida de santos, me inspire a tambien compartir mi amor con el mundo y ayudar a mi projimo activamente. Eduardo Verastegui fue el guia en mi camino a la iglesia catolica desde nuestro re-encunetro en una presentacion privada de su pelicula Bella en Marzo del 2007 (antes de que saliera al publico) y como muchos saben de alli empezo mi jornada por regresar a practicar mi fe ya que habia estado buscando, estuve perdida y senti que fui encontrada.

Vi que Eduardo habia hecho una mision con su fundacion Manto de Guadalupe, ver las fotos y lo que hicieron quise experimentar lo que era hacer misiones. Por Diosidencia, a los meses de tener este deseo en mi corazon conoci al Padre Guerra (El Director de las misiones con Eduardo), lo vi en la Premier de Bella en Miami en Octubre del 2007, de entre 2 mil personas empezamos a conversar sin que Eduardo o nadie nos presentara, por eso digo que era una Diosidencia. Al saber que el Padre Guerra hizo la mision con Eduardo, le exprese mi deseo de ir a una mision y le di mi targeta para cuando tuviera una mision me invitara.

A finales de Febrero del 2008, el Padre Guerra me llama y me dice “Recuerdo que usted queria ir a una mision, pues tengo una en Semana Santa, le gustaria ir? es en Puebla en 3 semanas”, (esta mision no era con Manto de Guadalupe, era por parte de Mission Network, una fundacion catolica de los Legionarios de Cristo y Reino de Cristo)… por supuesto que sin dudar le di un SI rotundo y me uni a ellos en Mexico DF (sola y sin conocer a nadie llegue alla).

Mi gran sorpresa fue lo hermoso que me recibieron las misioneras que me encontraron alli, era como una gran familia! primera vez que experimentaba este amor de completos desconocidos unidos por una misma causa.

De Mexico DF tomamos un camion que rentaron y estuvimos en camino por 7 horas a los pueblos en el estado de Puebla,  Las Cimas, y El Durazno donde trabajamos. En todo este tiempo cantamos, oramos el rosario, nos conocimos, fue maravilloso!

Nos habian dicho que podiamos traerle a los ninos ropa, juguetes, medicinas y cosas basicas. Asi lo hize… La experiencia no se puede describir con todas las palabras del mundo, con fotos o videos como lo es vivir en carne propia esta experiencia. Tratare de explicar lo mejor posible mi experiencia.

Por gracia de Dios, de todas las misioneras que fuimos (eramos como 18) las encargadas de las mujeres me invitaron a mi para entrenarme como Directora de misiones, sin conocerme me dijeron que yo seria una excelente Directora (no se asta ahora porque pensaron esto).

Asi que me la pase con 2 de las chicas que estaban encargadas de las misiones de mujeres buscando las familias a quienes ayudariamos en la mision, ya fuera construyendoles una casita pre-fabricada o reparar el techo de su casita.
(Vale notar que separan a las mujeres de los hombres para la mision) Las mujeres tenemos monjas, consagradas (mujeres religiosas sin habito) y sacerdote para misa diaria y para los hombres tienen “hermanos” (hombres consagrados q no son sacerdotes) y un sacerdote para misa diaria.

Al entrar a tantas casas y ver como vivian en casitas de 12×12 (que en realidad la casa solo es un cuarto) y que en ese espacio se acomodaran por ejemplo 10 personas a vivir (2 parejas y 6 hijos entres las 2 parejas), sin espacio para nada, incluyendo para dormir ya que solo el cuarto tenia espacio para 2 camas y un corredorcito donde alli en la noche dormirian algunos de los 10 viviendo alli. Los techos con oyos como si fueran coladeras por todos lados, las paredes muchas veces con espacios entre el medio ya que en vez de ladrillo o piedra, solo son como chozas con palitos como paredes con el aire entrando por todos lados. Tambien vale notar que en estos pueblos montanosos, las lluvias son implacables, los frios horrendos en el invierno y en el verano un calor infernal, sinceramente no se como pueden soportar las calamidades de la naturaleza en esos sitios.

Vi mucha pobreza extrema, los ninos jugando en parte de su casa (que para nosotros seria nuestro jardin) para ellos son valdios llenos de tierra y basura, y donde sus juguetes son la misma basura… la mayoria no tienen los servicios basicos como luz, agua, gas, muchas personas todavia viven de velas, buscan su agua en pozos y cocinan con lena. Me conmovio ver estas madres con 6, 7 hijos… y ver que aun con la cantidad de hijos que tenian se veian en paz, cuidando a todos sus hijos (aunque por la falta de servicios y limitacion en agua, la mayoria carecen de higiene tanto ellas como los ninos, pero todos se ven feliz de tenerse unos a otros, es algo dificil de explicar.

Muchas veces llore al salir de esas “casas”, todavia me pongo con lagrimas en los ojos cuando recuerdo estos momentos, me da un sentimiento de impotencia! quisiera hacer mas de lo que he hecho… nunca nada es suficiente! si no fuera madre de un hijo que Dios me regalo… yo seria misionera como la Madre Teresa de tiempo completo, mi corazon se siente en paz, se llena de gozo y muy agusto ayudando a los mas pobres!

Yo pensaba que conocia la pobreza de mi pais (soy mexicana) ya que vivi unos anos en provincia en un pueblo muy pequeno, pero la verdad que donde yo vivi era una mansion comparado con el estilo de vida de esta pobreza extrema que solo veia en television y que nunca me habia llegado al alma como al verla en vivo y a todo color.

En una semana de mision en estos pueblitos aprendi a apreciar, valorar y asta asquearme de todo lo que tenemos en paises como EU donde lo tenemos TODO! nos quejamos de no tener suficiente, de siempre querer mas, de nunca estar contentos… estas personas no solo no se quejan… les da pena recibir la ayuda que les vamos a dar los misioneros. Con mucha verguenza aceptan, sabemos que no tienen ni para comer ese dia que fuimos pues vemos su humildad, y sin embargo cuando les arreglamos su techito, nos reciben con un animalito que consiguieron de alguna manera o que quizas era lo unico que comerian por el mes de carne y nos lo preparan con todo amor, gusto y al verles esas caritas llenas de felicidad y de sincero y puro agradecimiento y amor profundo. Con lagrimas de agradecimiento por haber toma tiempo de nuestra vida para ir a ayudarlos es algo que vale mas que todo el dinero del mundo! Su humildad, su amor, su compasion, su agradecimiento nos desarma como misioneros! muchos ni siquiera hablan espanol ya que todavia tienen su lengua indigena, pero su sencillez y amor me desarman, me conmueven, me dan una perspectiva de vida que nunca un ser humano en mi circulo me podria hacer sentir! es dificil de entender lo se… tienes que vivirlo para entenderlo.

Creemos que vamos a ayudar a ellos que estan en pobreza fisica extrema… y muchas veces nos damos cuenta que nosotros que creemos tenerlo todo, tenemos pobreza extrema espiritual. Como dije anteriormente, es dificil de expresar y poner en palabras lo que una mision le hace al alma de los misioneros, trate de expresar con mi habilidad un resumen de una semana llena de experiencias.

Aqui les dejo unas fotos de las misiones que he hecho para que las imagenes puedan ilustrar un poco lo que he escrito aqui.

A partir de la primera mision, me di cuenta que seria algo que haria por el resto de mi vida. Misiones humanitarias y de evangelizacion al mostrarles que soy un Jesus para ellos, que los amo sin conocerlos, que tomo tiempo para ir a conocerles, pasar tiempo con ellos, ayudarlos con lo que podemos en una semana, orar juntos en la misa, compartir con ellos no tiene precio!

Con estas misiones con la iglesia catolica me han dado la oportunidad de sentir el amor de Dios, puro, desinteresado y verdadero en el rostro de estas personitas… me han cambiado la vida y perspectiva de como vivir, para que vivir y como ser util y servir a los demas en esta vida, sobre todo servir a los mas necesitados y a mas los indefensos de este mundo (los bebes en los vientres de sus madres en peligro de aborto) Uno aprecia la vida, el significado de la misma en este tipo de misiones… uno cree que va a hacer misiones para ayudar a los demas fisicamente y materialmente… y uno termina ayudado espiritualmente y mentalmente…. esto no tiene precio!

Por ultimo creo que si TODOS fueran a una mision humanitaria (en cualquier organizacion) el mundo no seria como es… por lo menos espero que los que lean este blog hagan al menos una mision en su vida y veran de lo que les hablo aqui.

Bendiciones a todos!

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I want to share with you the reason of why I started doing humanitarian missions with the Catholic church and how  and forever changed my perspective on life, world, humanity, God.
3 years ago I had a conversion from atheism (or at least agnostic) to Catholicism. But it wasnt a jump from one extreme to another without investigating for many months different beliefs, including the “new era”, zin, occult science, astrology, etc. But after studying for months the early Christian church, (because I was Catholic till 18 years) and after reading and watching everything I could, I made a conclusion after thinking and reasoning upon it and I came back to the church that Jesus founded because for me, the conclusion of truth is in the Catholic Church.
By reading the lives of the saints, also inspired me to share my love with the world and actively help my neighbor. Eduardo Verastegui was the guide on my way to the Catholic Church, we re-encounter each other at a private presentation of his film Bella in March 2007 (before the premier to the audience) and as many know from there I started my journey to practice my faith.
I saw that Eduardo had made a mission of his foundation Manto de Guadalupe, I wanted to experience what it was to do missions. By a Diosidencia, after months of having this desire in my heart, I met Father Guerra (The Director of missions in Eduardo’s foundation), I met him at the Premier of Bella in Miami in October 2007 he was there among 2 thousand, nobody introduced us, so that is why I say it was a Diosidencia. Knowing that the Father Guerra made the mission with Eduardo, I express my desire to go to a mission and gave him my card so that he could invite me to a mission when he had one.
In late February 2008, Father Guerra called me and said “I remember you wanted to go to a mission, because I have one at Easter, you would like to go? its in Puebla in 3 weeks” (this mission wasnt with Manto de Guadalupe, but it was with Mission Network, a Catholic foundation of the Legionaries of Christ and Regnum Christi) … of course, without hesitation I gave him a resounding YES and I joined them in Mexico City (alone and not knowing anyone there).
My biggest surprise was how the missionaries received me there, so kind and so full of love, it was like a big family! first time I experienced this love of complete strangers united by a common cause!.
In Mexico City, we rented a bus and were on our way for 7 hours to the villages in the state of Puebla, Las Cimas and El Durazno where we would do the missionary work. In all this time we sang, prayed the rosary, we got to know each other, it was wonderful!
We we told that we could bring the children clothes, toys, medicines and basic things. So I did … I can not describe this experience with all the words in the world, with photos or videos as it is to live this experience first hand. I will try my best to explain my experience.
By the grace of God, of all the missionary women who went (we were like 18) they told me they wanted to train me to be a mission director, they didnt know me! but they told me I would be an excellent director. (i still dont know why they thought so)
So I spend most of the time with the 2 women leaders who were entrusted with the tasks seeking the families who we would help in the mission, whether building a pre-manufactured home or repair the house roof. (It is worth noting that they separate women from men for the mission) Women have nuns, consecrated (religious women without habit) and a priest for daily mass. Men are “brothers” (consecrated men are not priests) and a priest for daily mass.
Upon entering these people’s homes and seeing how many people live in houses 12×12 (actually the house is usually 1 room only), in this space they accommodate up to 10 people (2 couples and 6 children), without room for anything, usually the room could fit only 2 beds to sleep and some members of the family would have to sleep on the floor. Their roof usually has holes everywhere, the walls often with spaces between the medium since they are not made of brick or stone, but rather just like huts with sticks, with air entering from all sides. Also worth noting that in these villages by the mountain have pouring rain months, the winters have a horrendous cold horrendous and summer hot as hell, honestly I dont know how they can bear the calamities of nature.
I saw a lot of extreme poverty, children playing with mud (which for us would be our garden) to them, its full of dirt and trash, and their toys are usually garbage …most do not have basic services as electricity, water, gas, many people still live candles, seeking their water from wells and cook with firewood. I was touched to see these mothers with 6, 7 children … and see that even with the number of children they had were seen in peace, caring for all children (although the limitation in water and services, most lack in hygiene, but all are happy taking care of each other, it’s hard to explain.
Rigth after leaving these houses i would cry, I still get tears in my eyes when I recall these moments, it gives me a feeling of helplessness! I would like to do more than what I’ve done … nothing is ever going to be enough! if it wasnt because of my son who is a gift from God, I would become a fulltime missionary like Mother Teresa, my heart feels at peace, joyful and very comfortable helping the poorest!
I thought I knew the poverty of my country (I am Mexican) I lived for some years in a small town, but it cant ever compared to the lifestyle of this extreme poverty which I could only see in television and my soul never had understood this kind of poverty until I saw it in person.
In a week of mission in these villages, learned to appreciate, value and even get disgusted of how much we have in countries like the U.S. We have EVERYTHING! we complain about not having enough, of always wanting more, never to be happy … These people not only do not complain … they feel embarrassed to receive the help from us the missionaries. We know when we visit them to see if we would help them that they may have not have to eat that day, but most times when we went because to fix their roof we see their humility, they manage somehow to get meat which maybe the only meat they would have for many days, but they gladly prepare it with love to give it to us!

To see those faces full of happiness, with pure and sincere gratitude and deep love, with tears of gratitude towards us for making time in our life to go to help them… THAT LOOK in their faces is worth more than all the money of the world! Their humility, their love, compassion, and gratitude disarm us as missionaries!

Many of these poor people do not even speak Spanish cause they still  have their native language, but their disarming simplicity and love, touch me, gave me a perspective of life than noone in my life and circle in the US could make me feel! is difficult to understand what is … you have to experience it to understand it!
We believe we will help them who are in extreme physical poverty … and often we realize that we who believe to have it all, we have spiritual poverty. As I said earlier, it is difficult to express and put into words a mission does to the soul of the missionaries, this is a small summary of a week full of experiences.
Here I have some photos of the missions I’ve done for the pictures to illustrate a little what I have written here.
From the first mission, I realized that it would be something I would do for the rest of my life. Humanitarian missions and evangelize them by showing them that I am a Jesus for them, that without knowing them… we love them, we take time to get to know them, spend time with them, help them with what we can in a week, pray together at Mass, the time we share with them is priceless!

These missions with the Catholic Church have given me the opportunity to experience God’s love, pure, selfless and true love, I have also seen it in the face of these people … I have changed my life and perspective of how to live, what to live for and how to be useful and serve others in this life, especially to serve the neediest and most defenseless of this world (the babies in the wombs of their mothers in danger of abortion) One appreciates life, the meaning of it in this kind of missions … you think you will do missions to help others physically and materially … and you end helped spiritually and mentally …. this is priceless!
Finally I believe that if everyone was participated in at least one humanitarian mission (any organization) they world would love… at least I hope that those who read this blog do at least one mission in their lives… you will see what I am talking about here.
Blessings to all!

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