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“I didn’t go to church much and I wasn’t thinking about faith,” he admits.“When Bre and I started dating, I knew I wanted to be more involved,” Patrick says, fully aware of the importance of his faith.Breanna and Patrick Farmer also feel blessed with a strong faith life and commitment to their Catholic roots.The newlyweds married last June at Sacred Heart Parish in Red Bluff, but acknowledge that their faith deepened and came alive when they started dating.“Our parents have really helped us,” Breanna says, remembering how her mother persisted in getting her to Mass on Sundays when she was a teenager, even when she might have preferred to sleep in. “But you, yourself, have to want it,” Breanna emphasizes, hinting at a “calling” or whisper from the Holy Spirit.While away at Chico, experiencing a low point, she felt compelled to go to church.
Patrick works as a project manager for a Chico-based construction company and remembers a lull in his faith life during college.The private owner seemingly allows people onto the property, but at the cost of conservation, and without creating a revenue stream for the county.“I would love for an entity such as the state to buy it and make it to be something more than it is,” Watts said.When traveling to Red Bluff, it’s worth a detour to visit the historic town of Columbia.Breanna also heads the liturgy committee, handles scheduling of liturgical ministers, helps with donations and sings in the choir with her mom.The couple credits their parents for being strong role models.
Travel north along the curvy highway, which comprises a 30-mile motorcycle drive known as “The Pearl River run,” until you reach the community of Morgantown, where 587 splits again and continues north.