After deciding to go on a gap year after college to do mission work as a volunteer in Indonesia, Nirva has spent most of her life helping youth, singles, kids, and families rediscover and live the Catholic faith more deeply.
Since then, life has been adventure with Jesus.
She got evacuated on a C-130 plane during civil unrest in Timor Leste, learned her third language in Indonesia, and learned to spend Christmases away from home.
After doing the Montfortian Marian consecration, her life took a turn when she became the associate editor at the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines Media Office. Nirva got to do coverage for international events like the World Youth Days and the Synod on the Family in Spain, Brazil, Poland, and Vatican, Rome.
A Fatima devotee and pro-lifer, Nirva is also a board member of Pro-life Philippines.
As if life wasn't interesting enough, she got a year-long fellowship to study Harvard leadership, innovation, and Design Thinking programs at the Center for Asia Leadership in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Currently, she heads communications, events, and marketing for a Catholic non-profit, a core member of Unboxing Catholicism, and a member of CFC - Singles for Christ.
Her obsession at the moment is the Catholic Church's enduring branding, the Traditional Latin Mass, the saints, and how management principles and systems thinking parallel the spiritual life!
The Digital Counterculture: Sharing Your Faith Online - The new frontier for evangelization has shifted to the digital continent. Learn how every Catholic who has some form of online presence can share the faith. And you don't need to be uber techie to do it!
The 4 Temperaments & The Spiritual Life - St. Thomas Aquinas was a phlegmatic, naturally lazy, hard to "move," and had a tendency to just keep on snacking. Cholerics like St. Ignatius de Loyola were always on fire, liked bossing people around, and had to work extra hard on humility. Which one are you and what special ways should you be approaching the spiritual life, based on your temperament?
Why Tradition is the Church's Enduring Branding - If the Church's business is the "business of saving souls," what is its branding? In a sense, it really is Tradition, the unbroken passing on of revealed truths from Jesus, to the apostles, to the faithful. Find out why now more than ever before the Church needs to go back to talking about "no salvation outside the Church," hell, purgatory, the Final Judgment, and all those topics we tend to avoid.
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