Author Archives: Monica Trevino

About Monica Trevino

Monica Treviño, was born in Monterrey, Mexico. She has two older sisters and two younger brothers, with a total of 15 nieces and nephews. She studied in a Legionary school and after high school became a Regnum Christi missionary for a year. She studied International Relations in the TEC University of Monterrey. After 2 years of College she received a very clear call from God to consecrate her life totally and exclusively to Him and did so the 15th of August of 1993. As a consecrated she was sent to Chile for 7 years where she worked with the youth and for the past 11 years she served as territorial director of the consecrated women in the United States. She now is based in Houston, to study for her masters in Theology, which demands a lot of time but she is willing to help in any way to spread Christ's message of love.

THE TWO CROWNS

Twenty years ago I visited Sienna for the first time. I was really moved by many of the paintings that depicted the life of St Catherine. One of them was an image where Christ was offering to her two crowns: … Continue reading

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LIVE AND EXPERIENCE THE EFFECTS OF THE RESURECCTION OF CHRIST

I remember the first time that I went to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem, and had the grace to have mass inside of the tomb were Our Lord was buried. It is a small space, with room … Continue reading

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HIS PASSION IS MY PASSION

It was October 16 of 2005; I never had been to Jerusalem before. Very early that Sunday morning I arrived for the first time to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, where the site of Calvary is.  The exact place … Continue reading

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GREAT THINGS HAPPEN IN SILENCE

Some years ago I visited a convent of Carmelite nuns in Spain.  They live completely within the cloister so they can devote their entire life to prayer, in a special way to intercede for priests.  It’s common for each sister … Continue reading

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Lost Soul

During the Lenten season some years ago, I had a very deep experience that changed the way I see every person I encounter in my life. I was flying from Philadelphia to Washington DC; a pretty short flight, about 35 … Continue reading

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Running for Catholic Education

The week of January 27 to February 2 was National Catholic Schools Week 2013. Following is a testimony from Regnum Christi consecrated woman Monica Trevino, who reflected on the gift of Catholic education during a 5K Run in the Archdiocese … Continue reading

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