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About Marial Corona

Marial Corona is a Consecrated Woman in Regnum Christi. She is from Puebla, Mexico, where she attended a Regnum Christi school and fell in love with Christ during Holy Week missions when she was in 7th grade. She made her first vows in Monterrey, Mexico in 2004 and then moved to the US where she obtained her B.A. in Religious and Pastoral Sudies at Mater Ecclesiae College in Greenville, RI. After that she has served in Pilgrim Queen of the Family and as a teacher in the consecrated women’s formation center in Monterrey. Since she enjoys teaching, she studied a Master’s in Philosophy in Navarra Spain and obtained her degree in June 2013. Now she lives in the Chicago community of Consecrated Women where she serves in the Mission Youth national office.

More from Marial in Mexico

After being in our village for only two days, we can’t believe that it is already time to say good-bye and be off to our next mission within our mission trip. We started our day with morning prayer and a … Continue reading

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Mexico Mission Update — Day 1

After a long day of travel and much waiting to get through customs here in Mexico, we finally arrived at the City of Joy just after 9:00 pm. We went to have a quick dinner of “taquitos” (and several choices … Continue reading

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Ready to roll — in Haiti

Today was our last day of mission. We all got up and were enthused to go be with the children one last time in the Children’s Home before our flights left this afternoon (at least for most of the group). … Continue reading

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Haiti Mission Update — Day 6

“Hi. My name is Elizabeth and I am a mission survivor.” With these words we began our sharing this evening and Zack was quick to reply “and my last mission was one day ago!” We have lived very full and … Continue reading

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Haiti Mission Update — Day 5

We’ve had another very full day here in Port-au-Prince.  It has been a common reality among us to forget the day of the week and even the fact that we are still in the first week of Lent.  It seems … Continue reading

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A Haiti of contrasts

Yesterday, one of our missionaries mentioned that she felt she could go home since she had experienced so much that day already. If tonight’s moment of sharing was any clue, today topped it. An opportunity opened up for us this … Continue reading

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Haiti Mission Update — Day 3

It’s the end of day two and one of our missionaries summed it up well: “we have done so much already that we could almost go home”. Almost being the key word. We definitely have enough stories to tell already, … Continue reading

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The Home for the Dying

It was with a bit of trepidation that we faced our first full day of mission work in Port-au-Prince. You can imagine why that might be as our first destination was called “The Home for the Dying”. Take a moment … Continue reading

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Haiti Mission Update — Day 1

Greetings from Port-au-Prince! Fr. Thomas Murphy, LC and I have been here for a week; we got reinforcements this morning and got to visit the Children’s Home. Jana Crea, another mission leader, flew in at midday and met our group … Continue reading

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Haiti Mission Update — Day 7

The week has gone by so fast, yet, we have so many experiences in our hearts! Today was our last day, we spent it at the Home of the Dying, a hospice that the Missionaries of Charity have for sick … Continue reading

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