Monday, July 17, 2017
A GREAT ARTICLE ABOUT OUR OWN "APURON OUT" WARRIOR
"Cynthia Tenorio Terlaje has an inner fire. Until protests ended on July 9, she picketed for almost a year outside the Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral-Basilica calling for the defrocking of suspended Archbishop Anthony Apuron."
Even in her 80s, the honored manåmko’ has a clear, lively voice that cut through the air when she welcomed The Guam Daily Post into her Asan home. In her modest living room, surrounded by photo after photo of family, Terlaje fondly recounted where each of her nine children was born and raised. Clearly, Terlaje is a striking representative of so many CHamoru women who came before her: a pillar of faith, family and – especially – strength. CONTINUED
Posted by Tim