We visit a small church in search of a painting of Jesus being baptised in the River Jordan for which Edmundo’s stepfather, Humberto had posed many years ago. A friendly old lady explains that she remembers the painting but it is now stored in the sacristy that is locked. Edmundo presses on in his quest and the lady mentions a name of the person who holds the key and he recognizes it to be Humberto’s sister.
What incredible luck – an unexpected living relative! We immediately drive to the home which Anadelia shares with and her sister Esther and brother Fidel. They’re all speechless as they greet Edmundo in wide-eyed wonderment, remembering him only as a little boy. The strength of their faith in God is not lost on a very observing Boris. Anadelia is a pillar of the church and we see a picture of the Sacred Heart hanging on the wall; Esther has her miraculous medal pinned to her blouse; and there is a palm cross from Palm Sunday pinned to the front door. They proclaim their faith with pride.