JOSAC-Peru had a Workshop for Leaders from 18th till 20th of August 2017, which enabled the young people to express their creativity and enthusiasm, create friendship bonds across various cultures, and generate a spirit of mission and commitment to the common good.
Pastoral Projects and Activities
During Holy Week, families of the Sacred Heart School of Mexico, from five-year-old girls and boys up to seniors of 60 years of age, took part in the Mission Activity in the Valley of Mezquital.
In just a few days, the hospitality center of the parish in Zabaldika will once again welcome pilgrims who will walk the Way this year 2017.
As part of the Youth Ministry Plan of the province of Perú, a workshop for leaders (JOSAC – PE), with the theme "Caring for Life and Creation," was held from Saturday 12th till Monday 14th December 2015.
For some time now the province of Mexico has organized for young women an experience of walking among rural communities. Here is the testimony of two youths who participated in the last "hike."
Olaya Mayans rscj and Patricia Hevia rscj share about the summer pastoral activity of walking part of the Camino de Santiago with 26 students from some of the Sacred Heart schools in Spain, three teachers, and another rscj from Congo.
Patricia Hevia RSCJ writes about two summer activities with young people in Camino de Santiago and Roquetas de Mar (Almeria).
For more than 11 years I have belonged to the community of families which is part of the Sacred Heart College of Mexico City, and five years ago I joined the team as a primary school teacher. Thus I have got to know many little girls; I’ve been teaching them for so long that I sometimes feel they are my daughters. But this week in the Family, God allowed me to share with my own family and other College families the experience of visiting the missions in the Mezquital Hidalgo Valley.