Family-to-Family (FTF) is once again responding to the needs of families in the Guatemala mission region—this time with supplies for those experiencing food insecurity due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Imagine making 36 trips to the Guatemala mission in 18 years, working while there and paying your own expenses for each trip!
All are cordially invited to the eighth annual Guatemala Mission Celebration, planned for Wednesday, Sept. 16, at Barrister Winery.
Father Manuel Nicasio, pastor of Santa Catarina, Ixtahuacan, reports that the second (and final) phase of the reconstruction of the Religious Education Building has been completed, and within budget.
A beautiful quilt, donated to the Guatemala Commission, will be used to raise funds for the Diocese of Spokane’s Guatemala Mission.
The Mayan Indians of Guatemala did not always live in the country’s highlands.
The three Catholic parishes in Walla Walla—St. Patrick, Assumption, and St. Francis—have long been active in the Guatemala Mission.
If you are a member of a local parish, chances are you have already been of significant help to the poor in Guatemala, whether you realize it or not!
Many people in the Diocese of Spokane had the opportunity to meet Lourdes Tzoc, director of Nawal Estereo radio station in Nahuala, Guatemala, in September.
A long-held dream of Sister Immaculata Burke, RN, was realized in 2015 with the addition of an i-Stat blood analyzer.
Unannounced, and without an appointment, we (five travelers to the mission) knocked at the door of Colegio Santa Catarina Catholic School, situated next to Santa Catarina Church in Nahuala, Guatemala, adjoining an area used for open markets in Nahuala.