Infrastructure - Mission Tradition

Quick Facts

  • About 2.6 billion people in the developing world lack access to electricity full time.
  • Nearly 800 million people worldwide lack access to water, and about 2.5 billion people lack access to basic sanitation.  
  • Approximately 1-1.5 billion people have no reliable phone service.
  • Just over 20% of people in developing countries have access to the internet.

If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up people together to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the immensity of the sea.

– Antoine de Saint Exupery

Sustainable Infrastructure

Sustainable infrastructure developmentĀ  is a key work of Mission Tradition. All people have a right to life and to secure the basic necessities of life e.g shelter. Poor infrastructure is often a key obstacle to foreign development. Inadequate access inhibits access to health care, education, and markets. Particular emphasis is placed on construction, and rehabilitation of infrastructure in low economic countries improves stability and fuels economic recovery. Mission Tradition impacts communities in need by making a lasting impression. To date, the Fraternity has built schools, churches in foreign apostolates, and completed multiple facility projects for various missions overseas.

Click on the image to see a video about the construction of Nne Enyemaka Shrine.

A School for Nigeria

A Church for Nigeria

A School for Colombia

PERU Mission Trips

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Be A Missionary

For the last few years, the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter has faithfully served the small village Piura, Peru. Our projects include: building and repairing houses, visiting the sick, catechesis, and many other needed projects for the community.

See the album of our work!