VOLUNTEERS: YOU MAKE THE MISSION GO AHEAD.

Written by misioneras

18/08/2022

MCI volunteer.

It doesn’t matter what “Nazarian” group you belong to, or the specific task you do, or where you are. What is essential is the spirit that encourages approach and collaboration. There are simple and insignificant tasks, there are creative and artistic ones, others that are innovative; there are short and longer tasks. All this adds to the common effort of the mission.

For this reason, in the meeting held with the group of volunteers from Oruro, M. María Joaquina Lozano, superior general, expressed: “You make the mission go forward with what you are and what you do, with small or large support, They make it possible to reach more and do better. For all this, I thank you. But I invite you to go one step further. That what they live in the solidary experience, the questions that are asked when they volunteer, feelings that arise, take it to other areas. The family, work, the neighbourhood… need to listen to the reflection and the experience that arises in the exercise of solidarity and collaboration. Do not keep this experience, share it, that this is also a mission.”

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