It’s amazing how fast time flies. The end of the semester is quickly approaching! As students continue to tell me about their late nights (or even all-nighters) finishing their papers or studying for exams, I am reminded of my year of service soon coming to an end. The new interns (yes, TWO!) are set in…… Continue reading Stepping Back
I love the feeling Advent brings, and this joyful season of hope hasn’t even started yet! I’m back home in Maryland for Thanksgiving and that has allowed me to retreat and reflect on my life, what I’m thankful for, and what’s to come. I can’t believe how incredibly fast time is flying by. It’s already…… Continue reading Great Expectations,
Three weeks ago, I gave a talk and led a discussion on our Blessed Mother during CCM’s weekly formation/fellowship event, Soul Food. Following that discussion, I had a wonderful conversation with a student who is currently in the process of going through RCIA. Since the start of the semester, we would have our weekly and…… Continue reading The House You’re Building
A year ago, I never would have guessed that God would lead me to where I am right now. I have been residing in Virginia Beach for two whole months now and am currently employed by the Diocese of Richmond, serving Old Dominion University’s Catholic Campus Ministry. Other than helping out with the administrative/planning side…… Continue reading Oh, the places you’ll go!
[For my last year of undergrad, I’ve been experiencing many firsts and lasts. Among those experiences include activities with the Campus Ministry- Winter Retreat, playing guitar for Mass and Adoration, and the most recent, Alternative Spring Break. This year’s domestic trip took place in Tri-Cities, TN while the international half ventured their way out to…… Continue reading He guided me to Tennessee