Month: July 2013

A Day in the Life with Lay Mission Helpers: Lauren Linck

Lauren Linck and her husband Justin are serving as Lay Mission-Helpers in the Diocese of Mtwara, Tanzania. Lauren earned a BA in Religious Studies at the University of Oklahoma and is a member of St. Thomas More University Parish.  She teaches Bible Knowledge and is in charge of the library at Aquinas Secondary School in Mtwara…. Read more »

“Always Hoped I’d Be An Apostle”

By Fr. Frank Donio, S.A.C., Catholic Apostolate Center   Ever consider yourself an apostle? Last year, the 42 year-old Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, Jesus Christ Superstar, returned to Broadway for another run. The Apostles reflectively sing during the Last Supper, “Always hoped that I’d be an apostle, knew that I would make it if I… Read more »

“Service Before Self”: A Veteran Reflects on Her AmeriCorps Service

                In the town of Weslaco, TX, just 11 miles from the Mexican border,  54% of pregnant women lack access to adequate prenatal care.  Catholic Volunteer Network AmeriCorps Members are serving there with The Holy Family Birth Center to make quality care more accessible for the women and… Read more »