Turtles and Daffodils: A Respite Moment


Turtles and Daffodils: A Respite Moment

Often, the circumstances we are living with because of the COVID-19 Pandemic can be overwhelming. We can become easily overwhelmed. We crave positive respites. We hope this issue of Tuesdays in Texas can help with pondering a brighter future. We offer Turtles and Daffodils as a way to look to see how life is full of messages

Volunteer Experience – Mosaic United Methodist Church – OKC – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Members from Mosaic United Methodist Church – OKC, Perry and Elizabeth Kliewer, MaryAnn Carns, David and Susan Humphrey, Jeni Clewell, Alan Logan, Paul W. Calkin, Lissa Wright, Nancy Scott, William F. and Rose Todd spent five days volunteering at La Posada Providencia to create a walking trail on the 10-acre shelter property.  The walking trail

Hands & Hearts 2020 in Photos

Thank you! On behalf of La Posada Providencia staff and Board of Directors, we would like to thank each and every one who assisted and participated in allowing us to have another successful Hands & Hearts brunch.  Thank you to our advertisers:Charlie Clark Nissan Sisters Margaret and Zita The Ochoa Family Casa Engineering Sylvia Garza-Perez

Join us for Hands & Hearts!

                              Need to replace a few kitchen small appliances? Have an interest in Lionel trains? Come see these items and much, much more at our auction on February 8. Hands & Hearts is coming up fast! There is still time to

In Pursuit of the American Dream

Dominga is a woman from Guatemala who came to the United States approximately a year and a half ago in search of the “American Dream.” She traveled from Guatemala with her 15-year-old son and reunited with family living in Georgia. She left behind two adult children, and her 11-year-old daughter, whom she left in the

La Posada Celebrates 30 Years of “Connectedness”

Mother Teresa, also known as, St. Teresa of Calcutta, once said that we sometimes forget we belong to one another . . . that we are connected because we are all the created and beloved children of God. On December 8, more than a hundred people gathered at San Benito’s Community Center to celebrate La

Allow God in your heart…by Cindy Loredo

A few days ago, La Posada Providencia housed families from the Congo, other areas of Central Africa and families from Central America, Brazil, and Mexico.  There was an abundance of families in need and La Posada gave them shelter, love, and kindness. “Blessed be thy neighbor who even on hard times finds room for one

For We Walk by Faith, Not by Sight

La Posada has helped thousands of individuals over the past 30 years. On most days, you see firsthand, men, women, children and families, who have sought refuge from their previous harsh living conditions and credible threats to their lives in their native lands. Not one day is the same at La Posada; no one guest

La Posada Honored By Church World Service

On November 7 at the Museum of Chinese in America, Church World Service held its annual Benefit for Change, a celebration of those fighting for the rights of immigrants and refugees, and the transformation of communities around the world through just and sustainable means. The event, held in New York City, featured keynote speeches by

Rio Grande Valley Offers Memorable Learning Experience for Students

This past week we had the privilege of receiving a group of student and teacher volunteers from the Edmund Rice School Network. In total, there were 19 students (juniors and seniors) and four teachers. This is a consortium of Catholic schools that educate in the spirit and tradition of the Edmund Rice Christian Brothers. Each school community strives