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Marist social projects celebrate 25 years of work among the poor of Huelva

06/12/2019: Spain

An average of 450 persons – youth, low-income families and migrants, receive help every year through the association, A New Horizon for my Neighbourhood. This Marist initiative in Huelva (Mediterranean province) celebrated its 25th anniversary at the Marist Columbus College on November 30.

The commemoration of this anniversary was celebrated with a Eucharist. Present for the occasion were Brother José Luis de Vicente, co-founder of the association, Brother Juan Carlos Fuertes, provincial of the Mediterranean province, Juan Manuel Gómez, president of the association, María Luisa Andivia, director of Columbus College and Gabriel Cruz, mayor of the city. Other Brothers and Lay Marists were also present.

By video message, Brother Ernesto Sánchez, Superior General, said: “Greetings to all the Marists of Champagnat in Huelva, particularly to the association A New Horizon for my Neighbourhood, on the occasion of 25 years of service to boys and girls, teenagers from neighbourhoods on the edge of the city of Huelva”.

A New Horizon for my Neighbourhood, created in 1994 and officially recognized in 1996, is a work of the Marist Brothers and, in particular, a social project of Marist Columbus College, Huelva.


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