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Marist Fathers leave Venezuela

On the 17th of January 2013, in Barrio Paso Real, the Marist Fathers were farewelled after 46 years of presence in the Parish of Flor Amarillo , Valencia, Venezuela The Marist Fathers have looked after the Parish of Flor Amarillo, Valencia, Venezuela since the 11th of December 1966, some 46 years. On Sunday the 20th […]

Mission Chapel takes shape at last

“What goes outwards always comes back inwards”  – Venzuelan Proverb In the early sixties the Marist Fathers took over three country parishes in Valencia, Venezuela. Gradually, due to a population explosion in all of Venezuela,  the three parishes grew by the thousands and the Marists remained with what was the little town of Flor Amarilla […]

JC Colin College inaugurated in Venezuela

As the Messenger goes to print the finishing touches are being applied to a magnificent new School in the parish of Flor Amarilla, Valencia, Venezuela for the poorest of the poor. Twenty years in the making, with massive financial help from friends in New Zealand and other countries, this dream project is about to be […]