We are a community of Catholic lay missionaries, single men and women, married couples, and families, called by our Baptism to mission.We seek to love and walk with our neighbors, sharing the Gospel joyfully, living our faith, and growing in loving relationship with God and each other.

Tell the people everything about this life.
Acts 5:20

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We cannot passively and calmly wait in our church buildings; we need to move from a pastoral ministry of mere conservation to a decidedly missionary pastoral ministry.

Pope Francis

Missions

Austin, Texas

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Corpus Christi, Texas

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Houma, Louisiana

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Houston, Texas

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Mississippi Gulf Coast

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Portsmouth, Ohio

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Richmond, VA

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Rockford, Illinois

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Recent Blog Posts

"Jesus keeps knocking on our door in the faces of our brothers and sisters, in the faces of our neighbors, in the faces of those at our side.”// This is Morgan, a fellow intern, who one day while we were sitting in a fancy coffee shop and planning for the week, happened to look outside and notice that right outside of our window were crowds of people living under the highway. She pointed out how wrong it felt to just sit there eating our kale salads, avoiding what was right next to us. We ended up leaving to go buy meals & just spend time with our neighbors. We didn't do anything huge, but yet that day Morgan taught me just how important it is to look around, to see Jesus in every single person, to truly see them as the body of Christ that they are and to love them even, and especially, if we are already comfortable where we are. #lifeofjoy

July 25, 2016

This summer has given me a place where I've gotten to see authentic loving families & be welcomed into their lives with open arms. "To love is to will the good of others" and standing today watching the unconditional love and excitement at Brittany's baby gender reveal summed it all up for me. Community is so much more necessary than I ever would've imagined, and is a huge part of my new #lifeofjoy

July 24, 2016

This week was full of sticky glue hands, zookeeper, story time & dancing at VBS. Everyday was an adventure but one of my favorite moments from the week would have to be when one of our quiet 6 year olds offered to lead us in prayer. It wasn't a fancy prayer, it was simple yet so incredible in our eyes and even more in God's eyes. I felt so joyful and proud of him for taking that step, and that's exactly how God sees us. It was a nice reminder that we're not called to be perfect, we're not called to know everything or pray the perfect prayer, we're just called to love Him and do everything in a response to His love for us, and that's exactly what Andrew did that day. Yes he may have messed up a tiny part of the Our Father but did we sit there and focus on that? no, we praised him for how far he's come and is continuing to go. He rejoices at our baby steps!!! That day I was reminded that just as Andrew is His Child, so am I, and he sees us with that same tender, loving smile ready to comfort and love us. #lifeofjoy

July 23, 2016

Tim LozanoHome