On his journey in Paris, Amado met the love of his life Ana Cecilia Luisa Dailliez whom he married in 1901.
The first ten years in the life of the couple were happily spent.
Holland (7-14) took another loss Wednesday, giving up five runs on eight hits and four walks in five innings against the Twins.
Holland turned in a successful outing against these same Twins his last time out, but games like that have been the exception rather than the rule for him.
However, her untimely death in 1912 left Amado in an immense state of grief and desperation.
Holland was placed on unconditional release waivers by the White Sox on Tuesday.
This was not enough to move him out of the trauma as two more deaths were in line that changed his life.
He was also fortunate to meet Enrique Gómez Carrillo and Aurora Cáceres with whom he later became good friends.
Amado attained his formal education at Colegia San Luis Gonzago in Jacona, Michoacán from where he received his graduation degree.
He enrolled himself at the Roman Catholic Seminary in the nearby Zamora to study science, philosophy, and law.
It was only in 1906 that Amado entered diplomatic service and was appointed the Second Secretary of Legation in Mexico and Spain.
His post as the plenipotentiary minister to Argentina and Uruguay in 1918 was his last.