Sharing the Spirit of Mission with Mexican Bishop

CCF Founder, Constantina, was recently granted the privilege of a personal meeting and interview with celebrated Bishop Pedro Pablo Elizondo Cárdenas of Quintana Roo, Mexico.  This special invitation was gifted to Constantina as a result of her dedicated service in pastoral ministry and CCF Catholic philanthropic outreach, making her part of an extremely limited group of individuals with such honor.

Bishop Elizondo introduced Constantina to Ciudad Alegría, the “City of Joy”, sharing his devoted involvement to building a holy place where charities peacefully co-exist with a shared goal of serving those most in need.  A true Christ-centered community that utilizes its Catholic roots to make a difference in the lives of those struggling and suffering, the City of Joy is a prime example of Bishop Elizondo’s accomplishments in the philanthropic realm as well as his vision for the future of Mexico.

His Excellency and Constantina engaged in a number of discussions on the current Catholic missionary plight as well as the future possibility of CCF becoming involved with the Mayan communities Bishop Elizondo oversees. Taking this interview and strengthening her relationship with Bishop Elizondo is deeply significant to Constantina, as both have many shared commonalities, most of all the belief that making a difference under God paves the way to bring betterment to all.