“It Rains in the Classroom”: How Mission Tradition Is Persevering to Teach Children in Colombia
People in the poorest areas of Colombia have traditionally leaned on their Catholic faith to guide them through life’s hardships. But as dangerous ideologies invade these regions, it’s becoming common to meet Catholics who no longer practice the faith and believe that their safest path to happiness is to make more money. That’s why Mission Tradition is sharing the traditional Catholic faith by operating St. Dominic Savio Rural School in Anolaima,Colombia.
Answering the Missionary Call to Serve
Guest blogger, Felicitas Haas, shares her experiences and challenges answering her missionary calling to serve at FSSP Colombia.
See Our Colombia Apostolate Through the Eyes of a Priest
If you’ve ever wondered what kind of difference your gifts make, please read this letter from a newly arrived priest at our Colombia apostolate, Father Jesus Valenzuela
Continuing the Climb: An Update from FSSP Colombia
Our prayers are with you as we all embrace our crosses during this holy season of Lent! Did you notice...
Mission Message from Anolaima, Colombia – June 2020
In this order of ideas, the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter once again opened the doors of their educational center this last February with the firm purpose to continue their pastoral work by means of education. We now confront an alarming situation that has been thrust upon us, but has served to renew the flame of hope in the heart of our students and in the womb of our families and society.