Give generously to him and do so without a grudging heart; then because
of this the Lord your God will bless you in all your work and in everything you put your hand to.
We have always utilized a partnership model by “giving them not the fish, but the fishing rod.” Suddenly, when we least expect, some of these efforts begin to bear fruits. Church buildings and communities are renewed. The projects give them a sense of ownership and make them proud and co-responsible for the maintenance of the church and the welfare of the community.
For more than 48 years, the Piarist have a run a mission
in Latin America to share love, teaching, compassion, reconciliation ministry, respectful brotherhood and financialassistance when appropriate. The project was established in
2015 to help the Piarists raise funds to continue their efforts,
where the need is so great.
*Involved in more than 20 rural, impoverished communities.
*Helped construct 8 chapels in these communities.
*Yearly budget is $45,000
*Presently working in the Diocese of Tabasco in Mexico.
*Provide programs in, Health Education, Evangelization
*Currently constructing a new chapel.
*Due to limited resources in the Tabasco Diocese, a local priest
can visit these remote communities only twice a year.