Sophia's Portico

A Feminine Spirituality Center - For More Than 25 years!

2330 Beacon Street, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46805
Sophia's Portico


A Feminine Spirituality Center


Greetings Friends of Sophia's Portico,

In the Mexican tradition "Dia de los Angelitos/ Day of the Little Angels" and “Dia de los Muertos/Day of the Dead' is celebrated annually on November 1st and 2nd. This tradition is truly a celebration of life.
Emily Guerrero, of Mexica-Arts, will share her ancestral tradition in collaboration with Sophia’s Portico on

Wednesday, Oct. 28th (afternoon 2-5pm)


Thursday, Oct. 29th (6-8:30m)

You are invited to join us and come offer your compassionate presence by partaking in the viewing of an

Ofrenda/Altar honoring Vanessa Guillen, U.S. Army soldier, and Breonna Taylor, Emergency Medical Technician, two young woman whose lives were tragically and prematurely taken.

The loss of their lives touches upon present day causes in our society that call us to reflect, reform and re-engage for justice and equality.
A third altar will honor the precious lives of 7 children who died while in captivity at the U.S. Detention Centers.

During your visit you are encouraged to also commemorate a beloved departed adult or child. Their name can be symbolically placed on the altar. This event will be experienced at

Saint Mary Magdala Spiritual Center

2800 Ralston Street, Fort Wayne, IN. 46805

COVID-19 safety protocols of mask wearing, and social distancing will be maintained.

Governor Holcomb lifted restrictions on COVID-19 and Indiana is now under phase 4.5 guidelines. At Sophia's Portico, we are taking a cautious approach regarding the reopening and facilitating of our new and ongoing programs scheduled for the month of May. Our gatherings would most probably include persons described as "vulnerable" due to age or underlying health conditions. Face masks and social distancing also remain under advisement and cannot be practiced in our small space.

Be safe, stay well and looking to reconnect in the near future!