World AIDS Day is a big day.

It’s a day to remember those we’ve lost.

It’s a day to celebrate those living.

It’s a day to remember the work isn’t done.

Your San Antonio Sisters were out doing all three this evening. Cher and Dottie were at the Sexology Institute getting people status tests and filling out ribbons for our ribbon heart with messages of love and celebration while Katya took our Postulant George and Aspirant Victoria out into Southtown to direct people back to where we had set up the status testing with Project H.O.T., UNIFY, and the Sexology Institute. For the evening, Katya wore a Veil of Remembrance for people to write the names and messages to those who’ve gone from those they met.

We love you San Antonio. As always, it is an honor to serve you.


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