Pedrito, I'm pregnant. I'm going to name his Raul Ernesto.
Are you sure?
I want to go to the seminary in the capital, where the action is!
I wants you to stay and learn farming.
I just want you to be safe!
We must wait. We must pray.
Padre, I feel lost. I don't know what the Lord requires of us in these hard times...
Mate and Leonardo keep moving around. Minerva and Manolo have more than one baby. Dede and Jaimito are in a bankruptcy run. Mama has built a new cottage on the main road. Patria wants to name her baby after the Cuban revolutionaries
Patria asks a priest to help Nelson get in a seminary in the capital (where the action is). Pedrito wants him to stay with the farm. Nelson doesn't want to (it's not safe for men in the countryside because Trujillo's assassins was rounding them up)
June 14: People are in the church. Explosions start booming everywhere.
Women hide and gather together.
Patria is worried and goes to Padre de Jesús, but he doesn't have any answers for her.
The Acción Clero-Cultural merges with Manolo and Minerva's group. Manolo becomes the president. They call themselves the Fourteenth of June Movement for those killed in the first invasion.
She lets them hold meetings on her and Pedrito's land, but they don't come into the house to avoid compromising the family.
Five men come running towards them. They were chased by peasants and soldiers. Patria watches someone get shot in the back and die. She thinks it's her son. She cries and then decides she will join the revolution.
The group begins making bombs in Patria and Pedrito's home, stockpiling ammunition and weapons, and planning their attack.