Our story begins a generation ago with a young man living “sin hogar,” or homeless on the endless streets of Mexico’s largest city.

“My father was a homeless teenager in Mexico City and was brought to The Salvation Army on a Christmas Eve night,” recalled Capt. Nathanael Doria, new to the Army here with his wife, Lucila, as regional coordinators.

Rick Cousins can be reached at rick.cousins@galvnews.com.

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