I am a Claretian missionary. Born in Nerva (Huelva Province), nevertheless, I moved to Seville city at 10 years old, and because of that, most of the claretians think that I am a “sevillano”. I studied in the Claret School in Seville. When I was 17, I joined the Congregation in Loja (Granada Province), where I did my Postulancy, Noviciate and, finally, my First vows on September 8th, 1974 (a lot of water has flowed under the bridge since then!). Then I passed to Granada´s Theologate, where I studied my Licence in Theology and I was ordained as a Priest in 1982. Later on, I got a Licence in Philosophy by the UNED. I have been working both in rural and sub-urban parishes, and also in Schools. Since 2002, I have been in the Claretian Mission in Zimbabwe, where I arrived with the first missionary team. During these 16 years I have worked in all the missionary communities: Gwave Mission, Ruwa Parish, Zhomba Mission. Since January 2017, I am part of the Formation Team of the Mission, receiving and accompanying both the aspirants and postulants, who want to join the Congregation in their first formative stages. Greetings from Harare.