My name is Natalia and I am a graduate of Madonna University, in Livonia, MI. At my beloved Alma Mater, I studied theology and philosophy, where I grew to be passionate about God’s love and mercy. I’ve always been greatly attracted to the idea of serving on a mission, and my Catholic identity continuously fuels this desire. I absolutely love people, and the fact that I have been blessed with the opportunity to serve Christ’s people for an entire 16 months fills my heart with absolute joy and ecstasy! Not only does Heart’s Home mission of love and compassion fit the desires of my heart perfectly, but I have also been placed in the country that was the first on my preference list: Argentina!
Throughout this entire discernment process, my constant prayer has been: “all that I am for the sake of the many”. Let’s be honest, there are many: many who are deprived of comfort, many who live every day in pain and poverty, and many who are blind to the God who loves them more than any human person could ever fathom. At the very least, I can dedicate a year and a half of my life, even if just to help our Lord redeem one soul! Truly, in this mission we are evangelizers; not necessarily by our words, but by our actions. We must live the gospel. Please, join me in this mission of hope. Whether you are able to donate to me by the means of a monthly donation, one-time donation, or with prayers—anything and everything is greatly appreciated! May the Lord bless you and all of your encounters!
“Loneliness and the feeling of being unwanted is the most terrible poverty.”
–Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta