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Juan Antonio Lozano, Spain:

hna clare What most impressed me was the fact that I couldn't make out the least bit of doubt in her. On the contrary, she had so much peace and was full of joy, which was, without a doubt, what most characterized her.

Juan Antonio Lozano (Valencia, Spain) is Sr. Sara Lozano's brother. Sr. Sara is a Servant Sister of the Home of the Mother. He wrote to her on April 18, 2016.

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The Lozano family with Sr. Clare

Hi Sara,

I wanted to write and let you know how bad I feel about the loss of the five girls in Ecuador and Sr. Clare, who was your sister.

Obviously I never met the other girls, but I remember Sr. Clare perfectly even though many years have gone by. I remember that when she entered as a Servant Sister when we were in Barcenilla they told us that she had been offered a role in a movie and that it was the dream of her life. Fr. Rafael jokingly said, “All these I shall give to you, if you will prostrate yourself and worship me” (Mt. 4:9). What most impressed me was the fact that I couldn't make out the least bit of doubt in her. On the contrary, she had so much peace and was full of joy, which was, without a doubt, what most characterized her.

I’ve been reading the information in the Home of the Mother’s Facebook all day and tears come to my eyes when I read about everything that happened and especially about Sr. Clare. I can’t imagine how you and the other sisters must be feeling.

I just wanted to encourage you. I am sure that she is already in heaven interceding for the Home. This Friday I am going to show the video of her testimony to my catechism class so that they can learn something about the greatness to which we are all called. Hopefully we can all live and die in the same way: serving God and our most needy brothers and sisters.

Your brother,

Juanan

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