St. Peter's Missions
"In virtue of their baptism, all the members of the People of God have become missionary disciples"
- Pope Francis, The Joy of the Gospel
We have a number of people from the St. Peter's community living out their baptismal call and stepping out of their comfort zones to become "missionary disciples."
The Mecke-Lozano family is serving with Life Teen as full-time missionaries in Haiti. Both PJ and Kerri were on staff at St. Peter's until they answered the call to radically serve God's people in Haiti. Click HERE to support the Mecke-Lozano family.
Emily Cook is serving as a missionary in Trujillo, Honduras at a Catholic orphanage called Farm of the Child (Finca del Niño). She is serving as a social worker for the younger children as well as fulfilling other day-to-day duties at the farm. You can follow along with Emily's adventures on her BLOG, as well as support her mission.
Arianna Johnson is serving as a full-time missionary with FOCUS (Fellowship Of Catholic University Students) at Ramapo College in New Jersey. It's a small, public college with about 6,000 students. You can learn more about Arianna and her mission HERE.
Johnny Lozano will be serving as a full-time missionary with Mission to the Beloved, a newly formed missionary group in Haiti serving the people at St. Ann's Cathedral in Anse-à-Veau. Johnny will begin three months of formation in January of 2017 before he heads down to Haiti. You can find out more about Johnny's mission and how you can support him HERE.
Mariah Escajeda will be heading off to Haiti for the summer to serve there as a summer missionary and then shortly after her return to the U.S. she will be continuing her journey to Georgia to become a full-time missionary with Life Teen Missions. You can find out all about Mariah's story and how to support her HERE.