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Mexico Service Project 2023

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Spend 8 days in Montefalco, a conference center in rural Morelos, south of Mexico City. The days will be spent improving facilities in El Peñon School and doing other volunteer and humanitarian work. Participants will spend time in sports and other social activities, and they will have the chance to go on cultural and sightseeing trips and hiking expeditions. The trip will also include a visit to the shrine of Our lady of Guadalupe.

For High School Boys

June 18 – 26, 2023

Service Project

The Mexico Service Project offers high school men the opportunity to live solidarity. Through a maintenance and construction project that is both demanding and rewarding, volunteers will discover the great joy of sacrificing themselves for others. They will also benefit from the unique opportunity to interact with local Mexican students, learning about their culture and way of life. Participants will also have the opportunity to take advantage of spiritual activities such as confession, daily Mass, and regular times for prayer.

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There is work and a lot of fun

in the Mexico Service Project

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Lodging and Meals

All participants will stay at El Peñón School in the grounds of the old hacienda of Montefalco.

The Montefalco Hacienda has been transformed to include  Montefalco, a conference center for Opus Dei activities, 

(This is a past event)

  • The  cost of the activity is $400 (covers lodging, meals, and transportation while in Mexico). Airfare ($300-$350 estimate) and pocket spending money not included.                                                             

  • All travel to and from the conference center, including to and from the Mexico airport, will be done with the private coach regularly used by El Penon.                

  • Only purified water will be used for drinking. The permanent staff of the conference center will provide all meals.    

  • Application deadline is May 1, 2023. Applications received by April 1 will be given priority.

Educational Elements

                                                                                In the evenings we will have presentations about the history, geography, and customs of the country and of the immediate area. 

As always there will be daily Mass and some traditional practices of piety.

Additional Information

Please contact calling

Carlos Alejano 305-710-2167 

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