A story of desperation, divine intervention, and the deepest longings of the soul.In Chasing Sunsets, Mary Catherine confronts her compulsion to help others. After her charity work with an area youth center comes to an end, she feels she must give more of herself away. She is a Type Two diabetic with congenital heart disease who struggles with the reality of her future health. Though she hides this, she is a fanatic about nutrition and nutritional healing. Mary Catherine comes from great wealth and loves her parents. But she does not want their lifestyle. She wants greater meaning.Mary Catherine decides to meet the two children she sponsors in a village outside Uganda, Africa. She wants to know if the money really helps. She suspects it might not. So she organizes a recognizance type mission trip to Uganda. Sami, Tyler, and Marcus Dillinger join her.The trip is an adventure in disparity, proving to Mary Catherine that her money is, indeed, helping. But it's hardly enough. They find a makeshift orphanage with seventeen babies and young children. But there is no one permanently run the place. They return home with heavy hearts. Meanwhile, sparks have grown between Marcus and Mary Catherine, but it feels wrong to opt for easy love when so much work needs to be done back in Africa. She finally quits her job and says her goodbyes, planning to move to Uganda for good.