It was his first mass as an acolyte of the local church. With unusual skills, Rodrigo Villasante held the silver chalice and moved the utensils of the Santo Domingo congregation. Father Joaquín Sanabria was leading the mass, a Spanish clergyman with hundred masses performed and who that afternoon felt more tired. It was in that moment when they heard it. In fact, all the attendees of the six o’clock mass did.
A constant pounding began to come from the ground, echoing throughout the entire dark church.