Maria Cristina B. Haleco, 41, married, holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Technology.
She’s a stay-at-home mom, happy to serve as tutor for her child.
She and her family live in Angat, Bulacan.
Maria Cristina said she was hardly serious about her Faith, and, she added, “There was no peace in our home…”
There was a time I didn’t have deep faith. I’d always felt there was something missing, or lacking in my life.
There was no peace in our home. I’d have arguments with my husband even about small stuff.
I hardly prayed, hardly read the Bible.
Finding The Feast
A relative invited me to attend The Feast. I’ve been a member for five years now.
What I like most about The Feast is that we are one in spirit. Everyone is welcome. When you need someone to talk to, many are ready to listen to you.
The talks have helped my family in our everyday life, giving us shield against trials.
Since we became regular attendees, our family life has become beautiful. We are happy even if we have problems. We became real close to one another and to God.
I also like that we pray not only for ourselves but for others as well. I like that we are reading the Bible and we are encouraged to share the teachings with others.
Back to The Church
The Feast has strengthened my once faltering faith. I’ve since appreciated that Catholicism is alive and cannot be moved or destroyed.
I’ve served at Feast Baliwag. In 2013 I was a member of the Prayer Warriors Ministry and in 2014, head of ushers and greeters ministry.