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18 April

1907: Br. Theophane, 4th Superior General of the Institute, died in Mataró, Spain
1999: The Pope John Paul II canonized St. Marcellin

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Marist Volunteers

 

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Marist volunteers are Brothers or Lay Marists who freely and voluntarily offer their presence and their service in one of the eighty countries where Marists carry out their mission.

They can be sent and received on mission under different headings:

  1. As a missionary Brother: a Religious sent by his superiors to be present in a country or mission.
  2. As a lay missionary: a lay person sent to a country or mission.
  3. As a volunteer: a lay person or Marist Brother who is sent for a certain period of time and with a specific mission.
  4. As a person who performs a period of residency or an internship in a Marist community contributing to the mission.

To be an interprovincial Marist volunteer the following is required:

  1. Minimum age of 18 years
  2. Availability of time for three or, preferably, more months of volunteering
  3. A Marist connection
  4. Follow the guidelines laid down by the Coordinator of Province Volunteering (CPV).

 

Who SENDS the Marist volunteer?

The Marist Province or District of origin of the volunteer.

 

Who RECEIVES the Marist volunteer?

The Marist Province or District where the Marist Receiving Community is located.

 

REGISTRATION AND CONTACT

The International volunteer candidate should contact the CPV appointed by the Brother Provincial, who will guide him/her through the process.

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