Number of articles: 10

A Promise Kept: 2022 Work Camp in Yauyos

Last June, a group of high school students from different parts of the United States traveled to Quisque, in the mountains of Yauyos, Peru. The aim of the service project was to help restore the local church and give English classes to children in the area.

Social initiatives

A Story from the End of the World

Luis, who lives in Peru, has had to travel to Antarctica several times due to his work. He says that being enclosed there was even more challenging than the quarantine many people have gone through recently.

Personal testimonies

"Saint Josemaria blessed our marriage with both hands”

Natalia and Manuel, who live in Peru, recount how their marriage came about thanks to a book about Saint Josemaria's childhood in Barbastro.

Personal testimonies

Pope Francis in Chile and Peru

This free eBook contains the homilies and addresses of Pope Francis in his apostolic journey to Chile and Peru (January 15 to 22, 2018). It is available in PDF, ePub and Mobi format.

From the Church and the Pope

Peru Service Project

A group of high school boys from Washington D.C. spent several weeks this summer in Peru restoring two small but artistically rich churches in villages high in the Andes, and teaching English and Catechism to the local children.

Social initiatives

Meeting with St Josemaria Escriva in Peru

In July 1974, Saint Josemaría was in Peru, where he had several informal meetings and get-togethers with people who worked the land there.

Pray with Saint Josemaría

“When he calls me to his side, I’ll come riding on my horse”

Bishop Dermott Molloy, who spent many years in Peru confronting material poverty and terrorism, died on August 19. In this article, Fr. Doroteo Borda thanks the bishop for his own priestly vocation.

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Then I began to work better

Manuel is a hairdresser and lives in Peru. In this short video he tells how St Josemaria's message changed his work and family life.

Pray with Saint Josemaría

Peru: Fighting the “Vicious Cycle of Poverty”

In a 3-year program organized by the University of Piura, more than 500 children in one of the poorest districts of the region were helped to overcome chronic malnutrition.

Social initiatives

High in the Peruvian Andes

Bishop Enrique Pelach, the first priest of the Priestly Society of the Holy Cross, brought thousands of men and women to God traveling by horseback along mountain trails in Peru.

Personal testimonies