The Catholic Faith is filled with such rich history, tradition and wisdom. Along with being sanctified through the Sacraments, a major responsibility of Christians is to hand on that faith they have received (Romans 10:15). When we share the faith we lose nothing, rather we courage, clarity and confidence in Him who has called us.
Hi! I’m Gabriela, Class of 2018 and a proud Forbesian. I was born in Columbia and currently live in Holland, and I’m allegedly studying Neuroscience here at Princeton. Being Catholic is by far my favorite activity in life, but apart from that I also enjoy eating chocolate. If you ever feel like you're not “holy” enough to be Catholic, please get to know me. If you ever have suggestions for how to improve the Aquinas community or just want to eat food, hit me up. For anything else, go talk to God.
Di is a member of the class of 2017 who will be majoring in Psychology and is interested in East Asian Studies. She was born and raised in Ecuador, where volunteering led her to believe that one of the most effective ways to serve others is by helping them get closer to God. Because of this, she became involved in a Catholic organization and also spent a year between high school and college doing missionary work in New Jersey and New York. She loves Aquinas because it challenges her to live her faith more fully every day, and to use it for others’ good. Di also enjoys playing sports, hiking, playing the guitar and talking to people. Contact Di at firstname.lastname@example.org.