As the Media Administrator for the 5th largest Diocese in the country. I update and produce content for its news site New Outlook with the latest local, national, and global news. Producing content also includes conducting interviews, writing articles, photography, managing websites, videography, video editing, and finding ways to better communicate with our flock within the Diocese and beyond.
San Xavier Mission: Patronato San Xavier's Conservation Efforts
Founded in 1978 as a non sectarian 501(c)(3), Patronato San Xavier funds and directs ethical conservation, conducts scientific research, and interprets the significance of Mission San Xavier del Bac, a National Historic Landmark in the community of Wa:k, part of the Tohono O’odham Nation. This 330-year-old mission holds rich history of bringing communities together for centuries In 2016 Mission San Xavier was added to the World Monuments Watch List as one of the most culturally significant at-risk sites in the world. Patronato receives no sustaining funding from any religious or government organizations.
Capilla de Guadalupe
The faith of the people brings hope during the pandemic. The community in the city of South Tucson, join together to renovate the Capilla de Guadalupe. Upon the efforts, Bishop Weisenburger consecrates the altar.
Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity in Yuma, AZ
Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity from Manitowoc, Wisconsin have been in Arizona since 1930. Their presence has influenced the community in the way that they serve and help the poor. Their involvement in the schools has grown throughout the years as the community also grew. Now, the sisters are in three different schools in hopes of reflecting God's love to others; Immaculate Conception Catholic School, St. Francis School, and Yuma Catholic High School. For more information about the Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity: https://fscc-calledtobe.org
4th graders become published authors at Saints Peter & Paul Catholic School
4th graders at Ss. Peter & Paul Catholic School in Tucson, AZ., enter a national competition after writing "The 4th grade Covid Diaries of 2021." Each student shares their experience of the Covid-19 pandemic in the book.