Diane talks with a husband-and-wife foreign correspondent team about one of the most memorable people they met during their recent assignment in Mexico – an American-born woman known as "Mother Antonia," who ministers to prisoners and the poor in Tijuana.

Contributions to support Mother Antonia’s work can be made via:
Sisters of the Eleventh Hour/ St. John Eudes
c/o Pat Smith
3542 Governor’s Way
San Diego, CA 92122
Psmith23@san.rr.com

Guests

  • Mary Jordan Washington Post correspondent. Together with her husband, Kevin Sullivan, has served as co-bureau chief in Tokyo and in Mexico City, and will soon become co-bureau chief in London.
  • Kevin Sullivan foreign editor, Washington Post.

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