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Hi I'm Kathleen Lotti

I love being a member of "The Church off Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints". I love my family and want to be with them forever.

About Me

I am a recent widow. I was married to a wonderful man. I am a mother of seven children none of whom are duds (as in popcorn that does not pop). They are wonderful children. I have 16 going on 17 grandchildren who are wonderful. I am getting ready to start my church mission in Montreal Canada for 18 months. I am going with faith to serve the Lord. I look forward to a great spiritual adventure.

Why I am a Mormon

I love the church! It gives me purpose and meaning in life. I know who I am and what my goals are. I am so grateful for the spiritual blessing I receive daily through prayer and for the comfort and peace I have in my life. I know I can call on my Heavenly Father and get answers to my problems and concerns.

How I live my faith

I have a great love of music, especially 1940's World War II music. I love to sing in musical shows and perform for the elder population. Music is one way I have found to feel close to God and connected to people. I love plays and movies. I love to read the scriptures and other good books. I love teenagers and children and love working with them. I can use my sewing machine and sew up a storm. You name it and I have probably sewn it. I love to travel and discover the beautiful world God made for us.

Are all Mormons required to serve a mission?

Kathleen Lotti
I have always wanted to share the gospel message and be a missionary and I now have the opportunity at age 63. Six of my seven children served full time missions for 18 or 24 months as young adults. My grandchildren are growing older and starting to serve missions for the church representing Jesus Christ and his message of love. Serving a mission is a family tradition. We choose to serve and we pay our own way. It is a way of giving back for all we have been given. We want everyone to find the joy we have found. Show more Show less