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Geri Musqua-leblanc, a First Nations elder who lives in Halifax, was not even planning to bring her traditional herbal medicine pouch on her holiday to the Dominican Republic. It would have been much better to leave it at home, as it turned out,...
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Geri Musqua-LeBlanc, a First Nations elder who lives in Halifax, was not even planning to bring her traditional herbal medicine pouch on her holiday to the Dominican Republic. It would have been much better to leave it at home, as it turned out,...
          Bo4kaMeda: «Это придуманный мир, который я очень стараюсь воплотить в реальность». Фотограф Родни Смит (Rodney Smith)       Cache   Translate Page      
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01. Reed Reading Upside down
Amenia, NY, 2013




02. Reed Perched on the top of Ladder with Binoculars
Snedens Landing, NY 2012


В его картинах поражает простота и совершенство композиции, тончайшая эстетика и необыкновенная загадочность. Их хочется долго рассматривать и домысливать.

Родни Смит (Rodney Smith) снимает исключительно на пленку, и почти исключительно черно-белые фотографии. Никогда не использует спецэффектов, а фотолабораторию знает, как свои пять пальцев.

«Многим мои фотографии кажутся статичными и постановочными. Хотя на самом деле все мои работы спонтанны. О 95% своих фотографий я могу сказать, что за несколько минут до их появления я даже не знал, что собираюсь их сделать».




03. Сын Родни Смита держит автопортрет отца.
Фото: Rodney Smith


Родни Смита часто называют «Рене Магриттом в мире фотографии». Стиль его снимков схож с картинами знаменитого художника-сюрреалиста.

«Я думаю, что композиция в фотографии очень похожа на ритм в музыке. Если у вас есть мощный ритм, то у вас есть сильный композиционный смысл».



04. Фотограф Родни Смит в своём саду в Палисейдс, Нью Йорк, 11 декабря 2015.
Фото: Samira Bouaou


Всё, связанное с Родни Смитом, кажется парадоксальным. Его фотографии выглядят как постановочные, но на самом деле они спонтанные. Смит одевается как генеральный директор, но на самом деле он очень эксцентричен. Он закрытый человек, но делится довольно личной информацией в блоге. Смит не интересуется модой, хотя делает фэшн-фотографии. Он серьёзен и критичен, но при этом оптимистичен и очень остроумен. Смит чувствует себя тревожным и незначительным, в то время как его работы несут умиротворение и силу.



05. Viktoria Through Clock, Rhinebeck, NY


Он понял, что хочет быть фотографом, в первый год учёбы в колледже, когда побывал на выставке фотографии в Музее современного искусства в Нью-Йорке. Он почувствовал, что это его, пришло осознание, что с помощью фотографии он может выразить себя.
Первые фотографии, которые сделал Смит, удивили его: «Я помню, как смотрел на фото и думал: “О, Боже, кто сделал эти фотографии, это не я”. Было невероятное чувство отсутствия связи с ними, потому что фотографии были такими мощными, сильными и спокойными, а я ощущал себя таким бренным, слабым и встревоженным. Я не мог понять, кто сделал эти фотографии».



06. Одна из ранних фотографий Родни Смита


Смит изучал теологию в Йельском университете, но всё это время знал, что станет фотографом. Это заложило в нём основы для поиска ответов на такие важные вопросы, как вопрос о бытии, почему мы здесь и в чём цель жизни, которые помогали ему справиться со смятением.

Творческий процесс для Родни Смита связан с тем, как он изучает собственную жизнь, как познаёт самого себя, разбирается в своих эмоциях и переносит их в фотографии. Это напряжённый процесс и путь, который стоит того, чтобы по нему идти.

Героями ранних работ Смита были фермеры и арендаторы из различных мест, а пейзажи изображали мир, очень непохожий на его обеспеченную жизнь.

Далее, к своей досаде, он стал снимать портреты директоров транснациональных компаний, таких же мужчин, как его отец. Постепенно, тоже неохотно, Смит стал делать модные фотографии, на которых были модели на природе, мужчины в костюмах и шляпах. Каждый новый этап требовал от фотографа огромных усилий для того, чтобы приспособиться эмоционально.



07. Caroline Golfing in Striped Dress, St. Augustine FL 2006




08. Mira Looking through window at Wessel, Paris, France 2007


Родни Смит продолжает снимать на камеру Hasselblad, в основном чёрно-белые фотографии и только на плёнку, в реальных местах и с естественным освещением.

Сегодня, в цифровой век, очень просто снимать технически качественные фотографии, но Смит утверждает, что фотографов, обладающих уникальным видением, очень мало, возможно, один на 15 тысяч.

«Очень сложно иметь своё видение. Чтобы тебе было что сказать и это было очевидно на всех фотографиях, чтобы говорили “О, это похоже на фото Родни Смита”. И неважно, было ли это снято 50 лет назад или сегодня. Это очень сложно сделать», — говорит Смит, добавляя, что это практически невозможно, если у вас нет чего-то, что вы можете выразить от всего сердца.



09. Mira Skipping with Umbrella, Paris, France, 2007




10. Mira Seated in Trocadero, Paris, France 2007


Чтобы проникнуть в самое сердце предмета, Смит доверяет своим инстинктам. Если вы застанете его за работой, то увидите, как он перемещается с места на место и внезапно останавливается, когда находит нужную точку, чтобы сделать снимок. Хотя большинство фотографий Смита выглядят как тщательно спланированные, самые лучшие из них — это триумф спонтанности.

«Это интуиция подсказывает, какими будут пропорции и масштаб и как я связан с героем фото. Это не умственная концепция, а эмоциональная. Также если на снимке есть другие люди, важно, как они связаны друг с другом, таким образом, это очень сложная вещь», — говорит Смит.



11. Marina and Dog in Boat, Lake Placid, NY




12. Viktoria Under Lampshade, Rhinebeck, New York, 2011


Смит называет себя кем-то вроде последнего из могикан фотографии. Всю свою жизнь он боролся за фотографию и оставался верен своему видению, не делая различия между тем, что делал за деньги, и творческими работами для себя.


Сейчас мы можем насладиться собранием его работ, изображающих мир спокойствия, «где есть небольшой намёк на другие формы искусства, но средство остаётся уникальным. Это мир, где мужчины носят костюмы не потому, что это модно, а потому, что это символизирует обходительность, доброту и выдержку в присутствии дам. Это придуманный мир, который я очень стараюсь снова воплотить в реальность», — написал Родни Смит в блоге.



13. Flynn Reading on a Pile of Books, New York, NY 2012




14. Viewfinder face with hat, Liberty Park, New Jersey, 1997




15. Reed Balancing on top of Topiary, Longwood Gardens, PA 2012




16. Gary Jumping, Long Island, New York, 1994




17. A. J. Looking Over Ivy Coverd Wall, 1994




18. Chris Between Hedges, Warwickshire, England, 2006




19. George upside down in hedge, Saratoga Springs, New York, 2008




20. Nathan Holding Portrait of Himself, Amenia, New York, 2011




21. Robert falling, Rhinebeck, New York, 2010




22. Untitled




23. Couple from Behind on Ladders in Vineyard, Napa Valley, CA, 1998




24. Women with baskets in vineyard, Reims, France




25. Reed with Double Binoculars, Amenia, New York, 2013




26. Don Jumping




27. Don on stilts no. 3, Monkton Maryland, 1999




28. Two men on see saw no 2, Bear Mountain, New York 2000




29. Reed and Nathan with Umbrellas on Rooftop, New York, NY, 2011




30. Reed Leaping Over Rooftop, New York 2007




31. Reed Floating with Balloon 2007




32. Scott on Ledge, Looking Down




33. David standing on water, no 1, Sherwood Island, Connecticut 1997




34. Samuel from behind, no.1, Reims, France 1997




35. Twins in Canoe, Snedens Landing, NY




36. Danielle in Boat, Beaufort, South Carolina, 1996




37. Woman Holding Dress Walking through Vineyard 1998




38. Woman on Bicycle with Dog in Basket, Beverly Hills, CA, 1998




39. Zoe Mattress master




40. Tim Holding Mask master




41. Laura on Top of Boat, Lake Placid, NY, 2006




42. Ingrid on Plane, Rhinebeck, NY 2009




43. Greg on Horse Backwards, Alberta, Canada




44. Reed Skiing, Lake Placid, New York, 2008




45. Reed on Skis, Lake Placid NY 2008




46. Reed Skiing off Roof, Lake Placid, New York




47. Straddling the line between work & fun




48. Нave your cake and eat it too




49. Horizon, Hudson river, New York, 1995




50. Hemline, New York, NY 1994




51. Woman with Chihuahua on Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 1998




52. Tucker on Chair Looking Back




53. Peter Seated at Shaker Desk, Hancock Village, Massachusetts, 1993




54. AJ Chasing Plane, orange County Airport, NY




55. Reed Perched on Airplane Wing, JFK, NYC 2007




56. Christopher Leaning, Harrow, England, 2006




57. Alan Leaping From 515 Madison Avenue, New York City, 1999




58. A. J. with Wings, New Haven, CT 2007




59. Rodney Smith wood twins 1999




60. Trees, Cumberland Island, Georgia




61. Zoe on Water with Ducks, Sherwood Island, Westport, Connecticut, 2004




62. Terry Fishing at End of Dock, Santa Rosa, CA




63. Man and Woman begins Surfboard, Charleston, South Carolina, 2000




64. Viktoria standing on roof near water tower, Brooklyn, NY 2000




65. Bernadette Bowing in Red Dress, Snedens Landing 2002




66. Bernadette in Red Hat With Book, New York Public Library, NY, 2003




67. Woman in white hat, Hancock Shaker Village, MA 2005




68. Saori on Sea Plane Wing, Dominican Republic, 2010




69. Woman with Hat Between Hedges, Parc de Sceaux, France, 2004




70. Zoe Reading, Seated on Bookcase, Long Island, NY




71. Reed Floating Above Giant Top Hat




72. Saori & Mossimo Holding Hands, Amalfi, Italy, 2007




73. Edythe and Andrew Kissing on Taxi, New York, 2007




74. Zoe Pouring Tea,Burden Mansion, New York, NY




75. Zoe Balancing Teapot on Head, Burden Mansion, New York, NY, 2006




76. Woman on Floral Sofa, 2004




77. Woman in Window, Hancock Shaker Village, MA 2002




78. Flynn Seated, Snedens Landing, New York, 2012




79. Odalisque No. 1, Winfield Estate, Long Island, New York 2004




80. Фотограф Родни Смит на улице возле своей студии в Палисейдс, Нью-Йорк, 11 декабря 2015.
Фото: Samira Bouaou






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          CP of Greece, We denounce the imperialist intervention in Venezuela. Solidarity with the Venezuelan People!      Cache   Translate Page      

We, Communist and Workers Party of the world, decisively denounce the imperialist plans, the undermining tactics and the menaces unleashed by the USA, the EU and their allied governments in Latin America, aiming at overthrowing the legally elected President of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro; at subjugating the people of the country into their imperialist interests; and at looting the country’s wealth-producing resources.
After the failed provocation prepared by the USA using the imperialists’ puppet Guaidó on February 23rd in the Colombian borders, under the pretext of “humanitarian aid”, new scenarios are promoted for a coup or even an imperialist military attack, while simultaneously they continue the effort to organize more provocations that will give a pretext for the escalation of the intervention.
We strongly condemn every coup and imperialist military attack scenario of the USA and of their allies!
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We vehemently condemn the statements of John Bolton, National Security Advisor of the USA, according to which the government of the USA follows the Monroe Doctrine that considers the whole of Latin America as their exclusive zone of interest.
Latin America belongs to its peoples!
Loyal to the principles of Proletarian Internationalism we express our solidarity with the people of Venezuela; only the people of Venezuela have the capacity to decide on the internal affairs of its country. We express our solidarity with the Communist Party of Venezuela, the Communist Youth of Venezuela and other Venezuelan anti-imperialist forces that struggle under difficult conditions to defend the people’s interests.
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Cruising-Sailing As a travel writer for Dunhill Vacations, I get to write about some real far out places. As exciting as some exotic escape to Asia or a brand new all inclusive resort in the Dominican Republic, my favorite type of travel has always been cruising. I enjoy the thought of being on a small […]
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Dressel Divers is one of the largest and most important companies in the diving and water sports sector with several diving centers in Mexico, the Dominican Republic, and Jamaica. Our headquarters is located in Valencia, Spain. We are looking for a person with fluency in German and English languages at least for our reservations department. The main function is to attend e-mails and calls from clients who are looking to plan their vacations in one of our destinations and wish to buy diving, snorkeling, excursions and water sports services. You will have to inform them of the possibilities, charge them, and send the information to the destination so that they can provide the service that the client desires onsite. We are offering full-time employment in our headquarters in Valencia from Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. with half an hour to eat, a basic salary of 1.200€ plus 3% sales commission for each individual sale made. A basic computer knowledge of excel, outlook and word will be well considered for the position. We do not require specifically experience since we would train the person hired.
Requisitos : Oral and written fluency in english and at least two other languages from spanish, italian, french, german,portuguese or russian. Living in Valencia area. Knowkedge of excell, word, outlook...(all basic programs for office work). Inmediate availability
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          YouTube Premium and Music now available in South Africa and many Latin American countries      Cache   Translate Page      

Just a few hours ago, Google announced that YouTube Premium and YouTube Music had made their way to India. Oddly enough, it neglected to mention the 13 other countries both services just debuted in. Of these 13, 12 are in Central and South America, with the odd duck out being South Africa.

Without further ado, here's the list:

  • Argentina
  • Bolivia
  • Costa Rica
  • Dominican Republic
  • Ecuador
  • El Salvador
  • Guatemala
  • Honduras
  • Nicaragua
  • Panama
  • Paraguay
  • South Africa
  • Uruguay

We aren't too sure what sorts of promotions are being run in every new country, but South Africa in particular is offering three months of YouTube Music Premium, with prices coming in at R60/month for single users and R90/month for the family plan.

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photoLong Island & Queens Latin Dancers

Join us for a fun meet up where you can learn how to Bachata! Bachata is a romantic style of dance from the Dominican Republic. This popular partner dance is sexy, playful, and surprisingly easy. These classes will include the basic step, timing, how to partner, and the history of the genre for a total of 8 weeks.

The perfect class for students new to dancing.
No partner required! Make some friends while learning how to dance!

Every Monday from 8pm-9pm for 8 weeks!

Dates: March 11- April 29
Day: Mondays from 8pm-9pm
Starting Date: March 11
Last day to join: March 18

Cost: $49 for 8 weeks & 1 30 minute private

RSVP required. To RSVP message us or call 516-280-6677 and confirm your attendance. Please be sure to provide us with your email & phone number.

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          The Aliens Are Not Here World Mix      Cache   Translate Page      
I'm just here to tell you that there are no aliens on this planet. Let's move on! LOL. So yeah, there's a lot of great talented artists on this planet. And they're here on display for you. We travel to foreign lands to bring you some outstanding talent for the comfort of your ears. Blame us, yep it's our fault. Scream and yell all you want. You know how we do. Stop worrying about aliens and concentrate on what you can see and hear right know. Don't believe me. Click the mix!!! 00:00 - Bazarro intro 01:55 - Nothing 2 Lose (East Africa) - Napoleon da Legend ft. Dj Modesty 04:59 - Big Homie (Jamaica) - DLP presents Labba Ranks ft. DV Alias Khryst 07:55 - No One (Dominican Republic) - Vvs Verbal ft. Boone Bixby & Louie Skaggs 11:16 - High Castles (Italy) - Lil Vic 14:59 - Up & Down (Toronto, Canada) - Cesar Comanche ft. Eternia 18:32 - Say A Prayer (China) - China Mac 21:51 - Bazarro Mic Break 22:55 - The Smoking Man (South Africa) - Jean Grae & Quelle Chris 26:47 - Neva Die (Puerto Rico) - Pearl Harba ft. Oathe 29:25 - Speak Peace (East Africa) - Napoleon DA Legend ft. Recognize Ali 32:06 - Live Ya Own (Toronto, Canada) - RKa ft. Cesar Comanche 35:16 - Zur (Switzerland) - Dj Ace ft. EKR & P Moos 35:16 - What's Happenin (Dominican Republic) - Louie Skaggs ft. Barbosa 39:43 - Bazarro Mic Break 40:50 - Been Nice (China) - China Mac 43:32 - Para Alem Da morte (Portugal) - Mundo Segundo 47:23 - Los Yumas (Spain) - Los Foreign 51:49 - Dime/Dame (Madrid, Spain) - Xero Ysern 55:59 - Bazarro Mic 57:00 - Mecca (Somalia) - K'naan 59:48 - Finish
          Re: Any Relatives Out there with the Surname      Cache   Translate Page      
Hello Rosa,

My name is Joselyn Reyes Marinez Bengtson. I told I had some match. My family is from Dominican Republic. I am trying to reunite with my father's family. My father was Miguel Marinez Mendez and his father was Miguel Angel Marinez. I have family from Montecristi, Santiago, Santo Domingo and San Pedro De Macoris. Let me know, if this is a match.

          re:Dominican Republic or other Caribbean      Cache   Translate Page      
Another place for you to do any crusing is the Parc Saint Pierre in Petion-Ville, Haiti...That is in the mountain....Again a lot of $$$ and be very carefull, you will have so much fun and so much surprises...they are really fat and long and willing....Same as Jacmel, the town in the south of Haiti.......Enjoy
          The Cuban crocodile (Crocodylus rhombifer) from late Quaternary underwater cave deposits in the Dominican Republic. (American Museum novitates, no. 3916) (added: 03/13/2019)      Cache   Translate Page      
By:
Albury, Nancy Ann, 1955-
Cooke, Siobhán B.
Lehman, Phillip.
Morgan, Gary S.
Rímoli, Renato O.
Rosenberger, Alfred L.
Publication Info:
2018-12-21
Subjects:
Caves, Crocodylidae, Fossil, Crocodylus rhombifer, Dominican Republic, Geographical distribution, Paleontology, Quaternary, West Indies
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          re:Dominican Republic or other Caribbean      Cache   Translate Page      
Another place for you to do any crusing is the Parc Saint Pierre in Petion-Ville, Haiti...That is in the mountain....Again a lot of $$$ and be very carefull, you will have so much fun and so much surprises...they are really fat and long and willing....Same as Jacmel, the town in the south of Haiti.......Enjoy
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Wonderful article, thanks for putting this together! This is obviously one great post. Thanks for the valuable information and insights you have so provided here. Dominican Republic (Central America, Dominican Republic)
          re:Dominican Republic or other Caribbean      Cache   Translate Page      
Another place for you to do any crusing is the Parc Saint Pierre in Petion-Ville, Haiti...That is in the mountain....Again a lot of $$$ and be very carefull, you will have so much fun and so much surprises...they are really fat and long and willing....Same as Jacmel, the town in the south of Haiti.......Enjoy
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“I see a great future for the Church in the Caribbean Area. They are good people who are dedicated to their families and their desire to serve the Lord.”Missionaries first arrived on Curaçao in 1978 and the island’s first branch was created in October of 1979. Growth followed the 1982 decision to conduct Church meetings in Papiamento. The Curaçao meetinghouse was dedicated in August 1988. Families gather for a February 17 member meeting in Santiago, Dominican Republic, presided over by Elder Ulisses Soares.“When we read in the scriptures about the ‘isles of the sea’ we tend to think of, maybe, the Pacific or other parts of the world,” said Elder Teixeira. “But the Caribbean Area is also truly the ‘isles of the sea.’ With the exception of the three countries on the northern tip of South America (Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana), everything else is an island.”During the meeting, a pair of Curaçao “pioneers”—Ingeborg Zielinski Reni and Yvonne Antersijn—shared experiences from their decades of resolute Church service and dedication in a “corner of the vineyard” still young and largely undeveloped.Dedicating the country and worshipping with the Curaçao members “was a beautiful experience,” said Elder Soares.Prior to the 1978 revelation that gave all people full access to the blessings of the priesthood and the temple, the Church was all but non-existent in the Caribbean—a region with a large population of people of African descent.“You can see the influence of these two great sisters on the island,” said Elder Soares.The February 16 leadership meetings in Santiago, Dominican Republic, offered further glimpses into the hearts, minds, and capacity of the Caribbean Area members. They are “happy people” focused on the gospel and the guidance offered by President Russell M. Nelson and their other leaders.That mixture reflects the rich wonders defining the tens of thousands of Latter-day Saints living across the vast Caribbean Area, Elder Ulisses Soares told the Church News following his recent visit to the region.Elder Soares noted the relative “newness” of the Church in the Dominican Republic and other Caribbean nations.A traveler can drop in on a Relief Society or Sunday School lesson in, say, the Dominican Republic, and hear the gospel taught in Spanish. Drive across the border into Haiti and expect to hear that same message in Haitian Creole or French.Dedicating Curaçao Elder Ulisses Soares bids farewell to Latter-day Saints who gathered for a February 21 member meeting in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.On February 20, Elder Soares dedicated the island nation of Curaçao for the preaching of the gospel. Members, missionaries, local journalists, and many others from the community gathered in the branch meetinghouse in the capital of Willemstad to listen to the visiting Apostle’s dedicatory prayer and counsel.The region’s linguistic diversity signals its rich history and culture. Many Caribbeans will greet you with a Buenos dias—while others will offer a Bonjou, a Good morning, or even a Goedemorgen.Enjoying Christ’s gospel“The Church has a great future in Curaçao,” he added. “The people are faithful and willing to receive the gospel. ... I could see in their eyes the hope that the gospel brings to them.”“There is a diversity in that area that is very attractive and beautiful to see,” he said. “There is a mixture of cultures—you have influences from all over the world.”

A young man attends February 21, 2019, member meeting in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, presided over by Elder Ulisses Soares.

The area’s only temple—the Santo Domingo Dominican Republic Temple—was dedicated almost 20 years ago. But that’s about to change.“They asked about how they could become closer to Christ and how they could show Christlike love to one another. They wanted to know how they can utilize the power of the Holy Ghost. They asked questions about issues related to their families and their youth,” reported Elder Teixeira.History was also made in the Caribbean during an Apostle’s visit. Elder Ulisses Soares offers counsel during February 16, 2019, meeting with elders and sisters from the Santiago Dominican Republic Mission.Planning a Latter-day Saint-themed tour across the Caribbean? You’d be wise to download a versatile translation app.For many Latter-day Saint Caribbeans, traveling to the Santo Domingo temple “is not easy,” said Elder Soares. Members from Trinidad and Tobago, for example, often have to fly to Miami, Florida, and then boomerang back to the Dominican Republic and visit the temple. Such travels exact both time and money.That island culture, he added, is embodied by kindness, families, and hard work. It’s an ideal, promised land for the gospel to flourish and grow.“The Caribbean members are focused on strengthening their family in the gospel,” he said. “There is great joy—the people are enjoying the gospel of Jesus Christ in their lives. Elder José A. Teixeira and Elder Ulisses Soares greet missionaries from the Santiago Dominican Republic Mission to a February 16 missionary meeting.They were joined at many events by the Caribbean Area Presidency—Elder Walter F. González, Elder José L. Alonso, and Elder Eduardo Gavarret.The Port-au-Prince Haiti Temple is expected to be dedicated this year. Meanwhile, hurricane-battered Latter-day Saints in Puerto Rico are still celebrating last fall’s announcement to build a temple in the capital city of San Juan.A former Miss Curaçao, Zielinski Reni joined the Church in Holland in 1970. When she returned to her native land she hosted an hourly radio program, frequently drawing upon family home evening lessons and other gospel messages. She became the face of the Church for many on the island.But most important, the diverse Caribbean members remain anchored to their shared devotion to the Lord’s Church. “We learned of their faith and their desire to learn the gospel of Jesus Christ,” said Elder Soares.

Sister missionaries enjoy a February 16, 2019, devotional in Santiago, Dominican Republic, presided over by Elder Ulisses Soares.

Elder Soares’ 11-day tour (February 14–24) marked his first visit to the Caribbean Area. The Quorum of the Twelve Apostles member was accompanied by Elder José A. Teixeira of the Presidency of the Seventy, along with their wives, Sister Rosana Soares and Sister Filomena Teixeira. Elder Soares and other visiting Brethren and their wives with the Santiago Dominican Republic Mission on February 16, 2019.English, meanwhile, is spoken in Jamaica, Barbados, The Bahamas, and several other island nations. And in the baseball-mad lands of Aruba and Curaçao, you will hear chatter in both Dutch and Papiamento.Reviewing plans for the future temples were key highlights for the visiting Brethren during their annual area review of the Caribbean Area (February 18-19). Elder Soares and Elder Teixeira also participated in ministering-focused leadership meetings for local priesthood and auxiliary leaders. They presided over member meetings and met with missionaries serving in various nations—including a tender gathering of missionaries in the Dominican Republic mourning the recent death of Elder Brennan Conrad.“It was beautiful to see how many of the members have received the ordinances of the temple, and I praised them for their sacrifices,” he said.Dynamic moments for Caribbean SaintsElder Soares’ and Elder Teixeira’s recent travels came at a dynamic moment in the Caribbean Area.


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