Monthly Archives: March 2016

Haiti Mission Update from Marial Corona — Helping Children

Greetings from Port-au-Prince! We are finishing our full first day of work, in which we served at the Children’s Home run by the Missionaries of Charity. The Children’s Home hosts about 80 babies and toddlers with severe malnutrition. The Sisters … Continue reading

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Encountering Christ’s Quiet Heart

As an adult convert to Catholicism, my walk of faith received a huge jumpstart in 2000 when, at the age of 33, I received the Sacraments of Penance, Confirmation and first Holy Eucharist.  For the first couple of years as … Continue reading

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A hundred and eighty days

Something I´ve learned in my short little life is how much can change in one day. Be it for better or for worse…it doesn´t always take long for it to happen. Something I´m still learning in my short little life … Continue reading

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Paris in the Spring? Almost…

Minnesota is lovely in the spring. I know because I have gone there the last two years to participate in the Expos put on by Cana Family Institute. I am particularly excited about the theme for this year: A Mission … Continue reading

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Light of the Resurrection

Happy Easter! Over the past few days, we have been meditating on the central mysteries of our Faith. The Resurrection gives us light in this time of darkness. When all seems gloomy, dark, and mysterious, Christ’s light shines on us. … Continue reading

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The Marriage-Bed of the Cross

As consecrated women of Regnum Christi, we are spouses of the Crucified One. We are called to not only follow Him, but unite to Him, sharing in His passion, death and Resurrection. This Good Friday, I share this poem that … Continue reading

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What Do You See, Mary

What do you see Mary? What does the world look like through your eyes? How do you see pain, suffering, and loneliness? How do you see struggle and difficulty? How did your life change from the experience of holding baby … Continue reading

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Elijah Moments

Have you ever experienced something that was so unique, so vivid, so moving that putting it into words only seems to diminish it? That’s kind of how I feel as I struggle to put into words what the last three … Continue reading

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“Remade in his image”

There is a scene from the film “The Passion of the Christ” that often comes back to my memory during Holy Week: Mary, seeing Jesus crushed under the weight of the cross, hastens to comfort him, and he turns to … Continue reading

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Behold your King

A short contemplation for your Holy Week. I want to share with you some statues of Jesus’ Passion and death that I have come across during my short time in Spain. Below are the images (and a song) with the … Continue reading

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