POSTED: Tuesday, February 3, 2009 - 10:33pm
UPDATED: Thursday, February 25, 2010 - 11:32am
Today, marks Two months since the disappearance of 25-year old, Laura Garza.
The Mission woman moved to New York City to pursue her dream of becoming a dancer.
Tonight, family and friends continue to pray, in hopes, that Laura's found alive.
As New York Police continue to investigate Laura Garza's disappearance,
Family and friends here in the valley, say their faith will not be shaken.
"How powerful is a prayer? so strong, very strong."
Laura Garza's sister-in-law, Alejandra Trevino believes in the power of prayer.
"I just want Laura back and to find any news about her," she says.
After two months, and still no word of Garza's whereabouts.
Trevino says she organized tonight's mass to strenghthen their hope that Laura will be found alive.
"Everybody loves Laura here, everybody knows her, she has a lot of family and friends, everyday somebody's praying for her.>
Masses were also held for Laura in Monterrey, Mexico and New York City tonight.
Trevino, whose wearing, a button with Laura's face on it says, masses for Laura are being held internationally.
And as their prayers are being offered up.
She says, she still feels un-easy.
Garza was last seen leaving a New York City night club with a registered sex offender 23-year old, Michael Mele.
But she says, she won't stop praying for answers.
"We feel sad because we haven't heard anything on where she could be."
Laura's mom and brothers were in NYC for the special mass being held there.