A visitor’s-eye-view offers an upbeat update on the effect of the Edmund Rice Youth Project in Kaputula Compound, Kabwe, Zambia, about two years after its beginning.
Read more: Youth learning to feel good about themselves
Francis Hall writes about his visit to Bongera, where a community of Christian Brothers lives and works deep in the forest of eastern India, among the Munda tribe.
Read more: Being Brother to forest villagers
Peter Dowling, of the Christian Brothers Leadership Team, traces dual levels of a twenty-hour journey to a remote rural setting, where the Brothers of India serve the Nyishi people.
Read more: Up into the hills of Sangram
Members of the Christian Brothers CLT have arrived in India and begun Visitation, scattering wide for the first week and regathering for meetings in the second week.
Read more: Passage to India
Peter Dowling, of the Christian Brothers’ Leadership Team, reflects on the challenge “to be people of contemplation and wonder” and the need for “a massive ground-swell of people who know that the present is killing the future”.
Read more: Sleepwalkers waking up?
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