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Saturday, August 20, 2011

Lay Volunteering - New Coordinator

If you are looking to do something more than just the ordinary witness of your Catholic faith, you want to be part of a community centered on the Sacraments & Faith, and you want to serve those in need - you might be called to volunteer for a time at a mission.
Lay Volunteers at St Ann's Mission in North Dakota
In SOLT, there are many ways to do this:


The following is a short list of some (not all) of the missions in which the Lay Faithful can serve as Lay Apostles:
  1. Mission with Native Americans in Belcourt, North Dakota
    The needs are many
  2. Our Lady's Montessori School, Kansas City, Kansas
    Needs trained Montessori teachers and assistants
  3. Benque Viejo, Belize
    Needs are many, especially high school teachers and health clinic workers (Spanish not necessary)
  4. Nuevo Laredo, Mexico
    Two parishes with five churches and a medical clinic, door-to-door visits, must speak Spanish. There is also University and Jail apostolates.
  5. Colon, Mexico
    Abused, abandoned, neglected or orphaned children; primary & secondary school; elderly assistance
We would also like to present to you our new coordinator for lay volunteering in our community:

Suzie Zook
Lay Volunteer Coordinator
Susan Zook
PO Box 152
Robstown, TX 78380

soltvolunteers@gmail.com