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The Marist Brothers make Jesus known and loved through our global mission to young people, especially those most neglected. We minister in schools, in camp and retreat settings, and in social outreach. We welcome inquiries from men looking to discern a religious vocation and from anybody seeking a volunteer experience.
Serve inner-city families with children while growing closer to God this Summer! Our fun and faith-filled program is designed to strengthen faith and family life. Activities include arts & crafts, swimming, Mass and more! Orientation for new volunteers June 26-July 1. Choose how many weeks you serve families July 3-30.
LAMP (Lay Apostolic Ministries with the Poor) is a canonical missionary association within the Archdiocese of New York. We offer Catholic adults (ages 21-45) the opportunity to deepen their faith through 1-2 year committed time of service and prayer with the materially poor in NYC while living in community. Founded by Tom & Lyn Scheuring, PhDs, in 1981, our mission is to share the compassionate Heart of Jesus with those who suffer the most in our society – those who are poor, homeless, abandoned, sick, elderly, or ignored.
Maggie’s Place provides houses of hospitality and ongoing support to help pregnant and parenting women in need reach their goals and welcomes them into a community filled with love and dignity. AmeriCorps members serve as live-in support staff in our home, offering nonjudgemental support and creating intentional community.
From Mission to Mission offers programming to support volunteers, missioners, and their sending programs before, during and after their experiences. Its workshops and retreats have been celebrated for over 40 years and inspire those who do service to be open to the transformation the experience invites, and to keep that spirit alive upon their return home.
Our year-long volunteers live in an intentional community and actively participate in and support the Center’s mission to accompany, serve and empower the most vulnerable families in Quito. We're looking for compassionate people who believe in the power of community, education, and equal opportunities for the marginalized. Join our "Family of Families!"
Echo offers faithful young adults the opportunity to earn a tuition-free Master of Arts in Theology from Notre Dame while serving the Catholic Church in catechetical ministries in parishes and schools across the US and Ireland. Echo’s integrative human, communal and spiritual formation supports its students’ development as leaders in catechesis and evangelization for the Church and the world.
We form college graduates to serve as full-time teachers in underserved Catholic schools across the country. Over the course of two years, our teachers earn a cost-free M.Ed. from Notre Dame, professional training, and state licensure. They live in intentional communities and have opportunities for spiritual development and mentorship.
WANTED! Catholics desiring to serve indigenous communities, promoting their culture and language through education. Born of the PanAmazonian Synod and “Laudato Si” REIBA is a network of laity, religious congregations and pastors, working alongside local teachers in seven Amazonian countries. (2-yr commitment, Bilingual: Spanish, Portuguese, English; 23- 60 yrs) WELCOME!