Author Archives: Paola Trevino

About Paola Trevino

Paola Trevino is a Consecrated women of Regnum Christi. She has direct and serve in many national and international missions. For the past two years she has focus her mission work in Haiti and Cancun, MX in the Mayan villages. At present she serves as the National Director of Missions Youth a Catholic based mission program that offers national and international missions for teens and young adults.

The Bridegroom is here and He Thirsts for Love

At 10:00 am the chapel of the Missionaries of Charity in Delmas was packed, Almost 30 MCs were present accompanying two of their Sisters in their renewal of vows. I was able to join them. Mass was celebrated by the … Continue reading

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I walk towards the gates of heaven

I don’t know if I’m going to be able to write or even finish this blog without crying. I’m here at the Home of the Dying, a house where 240 patients live their last moments. How can I describe this … Continue reading

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Change of plans

In Haiti, we like to say that the missionaries should be able to “roll with the punches.” Be ready to change plans, work with have you have and improvise. Today was quite memorable. No matter how well you organize and … Continue reading

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Be a hope!

In September of 2013, Pope Francis asked young people a question: “Do you want to be a hope for God? Do you yourselves want to be a hope? Do you want to be a hope for the Church?” Then he … Continue reading

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Lent Week 5: Spiritual poverty

From the Holy Father: “The Gospel is the real antidote to spiritual destitution: wherever we go, we are called as Christians to proclaim the liberating news that forgiveness for sins committed is possible, that God is greater than our sinfulness, … Continue reading

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Lent Week 4: Moral poverty

We continue with the Popes message: “Moral destitution, which consists in slavery to vice and sin. How much pain is caused in families because one of their members – often a young person — is a prisoner to alcohol, drugs, … Continue reading

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Lent Week 3: Material poverty

Pope Francis messages continues: “Material destitution is what is normally called poverty, and affects those living in conditions opposed to human dignity: those who lack basic rights and needs such as food, water, hygiene, work and the opportunity to develop … Continue reading

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Lent Week 2: Blessed are the poor in spirit

Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.” Mt. 5 No matter what the media tells us, or anyone else, deep down we know that our biggest reward is heaven. So, lets open our hearts … Continue reading

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Lent Week 1: Who am I?

Pope Francis asks: “So what is this poverty by which Christ frees us and enriches us? It is his way of loving us, his way of being our neighbor, just as the Good Samaritan was neighbor to the man left … Continue reading

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Lent 2014 — first of series of weekly reflections

A few weeks ago, I attended a conference with Fr. Jacque Philippe. The title was: “interior peace”. Yes, peace, a very much-needed virtue these days. Peace in a world that’s runs all day long; peace in a world were violence … Continue reading

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