Easter Treats

Posted by Holly Benner on Mar 30, 2021 2:33:58 PM

Easter is almost here. What does that mean for you? Christian tradition celebrates the Resurrection of Jesus and marks the end of Lent, which is a period of fasting or giving up certain treats. During the Easter Season, families have many celebratory traditions, such as egg hunts, Easter parades, and festive family dinners. And there is the matter of Easter candy...

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Topics: Catholic Missions, children in need, Easter, Africa, Peeps, Easter basket

The Poor Widow’s Mite

Posted by Holly Benner on Feb 24, 2021 12:27:13 PM

In the past few weeks, I have received numerous phone calls from a priest friend in Philadelphia, Monsignor Vincent Walsh, who has been very supportive of the work I have done in Africa throughout the years. His spiritual support remains a big part of my life. During our recent phone calls, he’s asked me many questions about my conversion and my calling to missionary work. His current goal is to publish a book about my mission adventures. As I was sharing with him, one particular story came to my mind. It was a time that I felt like I was personally witnessing the “poor widow’s mite” (Mark 12:41-44) from the Gospel.

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Topics: Catholic Missions, Lent, widow's mite, Africa, mission journey

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