The Neocatechumenal Way in Guam's blog has just published a testimony of an italian neocatechumenal family sent to Japan to evangelize (it is, to make the NCW grow up there), which shows how wonderful is living as itinerant when you carry inside you such a rainbow kingdom and everything is used to glorify, over all, the Way.
Testimony of Mss. Dávila, who left Madrid during 80's decade, makes me think something smells weird with Neocatechumenal's families sent to mission.
I remember the first case of Ebola in Spain was a religious, a member of Brothers Hospitallers of St. John of God. He was in Liberia as missionary and, despite his survival choices were almost nil, he was transferred to Spain by Spanish Government. Even atheist people considered that catholic missionary, as a Spanish citizen, had right to every possibly health guarantee.