Interview with Fr. Alejandro López
From - UM Libraries on July 5th, 2016
Interview with Alejandro Lopez, a priest whose life has revolved around service and ministry. Fr. Lopez was born in Cuba, lived in Canada for a while, before finally settling in Honduras, where he developed his ministry. He thinks that Castro’s regime had an effect on him joining the seminary, and although his parents were hesitant at first, they eventually supported his priestly vocation. When he went to Honduras, he focused on a number of projects with a Catholic social component, such as building a glove factory to employ people, collecting money to donate to the poor, and building a sanctuary. He comes twice a year to Miami to collect items such as canned food and electronics in order to support communities in Honduras.