Marya Jauregui Archive
Alissa Jung was born in Münster, Germany. She has just arrived after a 15-hour flight, but you wouldn’t know it. She’s put together and flawless. She’s laidback, and smart (studying to be a physician currently), and about
Marya Jauregui shares about the movie Mary of Nazareth and the great new book that accompanies it, Mary of Nazareth: The Life of Our Lady in Pictures.
Marya Jauregui shares her thoughts on two new movies: The Identical and The Song
When the Game Stands Tall definitely gets a thumbs-up from me! This family appropriate movie based on the true story of California’s De La Salle High School Spartans, celebrates the love within a brotherhood. This football team is
When life has you reeling, and you start to wallow in worry, grief, and frustration, you need a plan of action. Just having a plan and starting to act on it will start to renew your self-confidence.
You know the kind of thing you put off doing because you know it will change your life forever? For Marya Jauregui, the movie "Heaven Is for Real" was one of those things. Here's her review of
After a year of watching a friend's tower garden, Marya Jauregui took the plunge. She found blessings from tower to table and shares her story here.
The writer/director and leading actress Jasmine Jandreau, as Amelia, somehow manage to make this story of survival a powerful movie about trials and a faith that overcomes all odds…You will enjoy watching this one. Don’t miss it!
A busy mom takes every little occasion to make life more fulfilling for her children.
If you were like me, the scent of your mom’s home cooked meals filled the house especially when company was coming or on Sundays. Familiar scents that you knew meant you would be with family, nourished, and
Our team says THE NAUGHTY LIST is "a Holiday Treat." You can judge it for yourself if you enter to win a copy in our giveaway!
Marya Jauregui reviews a new holiday classic film -- The Christmas Candle.
A chance encounter at a faraway parish provides Marya Jauregui an opportunity to experience God's grace.
Marya Jauregui shares her journey away from and back into the Catholic Church and the fervor of a "re-vert".
As I ponder all the things I need to teach my kids: how to properly brush teeth, how to care for plants and animals, how to spell, and appropriate ways to communicate; I also realized that I