Experiences of Mag+s Guatemala 2019

Manolo Maquieira S.J. Education Project

place Guatemala City

 

wb_sunny Temperate.

 

work Personal toiletries, flashlight.

 

accessibility Comfortable clothing and something to keep warm.


Pilgrims will make visits to the students in the neighborhood.

Our Lady of Mercy Parish

place Guatemala City

 

wb_sunny Temperate.

 

work Personal toiletries, flashlight.

 

accessibility Comfortable clothing and something to keep warm.


Pilgrims will help with the organized activities of Social Ministry and Youth Ministry

Landivariano Service Program 1

place Guatemala City

 

wb_sunny Temperate.

 

work Personal toiletries, flashlight.

 

accessibility Comfortable clothing and something to keep warm.


The youth will visit with children, the elderly and homeless; and they will get to know an ecological center.

Landivariano Service Program 2

place Guatemala City

 

wb_sunny Temperate.

 

work Personal toiletries, flashlight.

 

accessibility Comfortable clothing and something to keep warm.


The youth will visit with children, the elderly and homeless; and they will get to know an ecological center.

Guatemalan Institute of Radiophonic Education (IGER)

place Guatemala City and Chimaltenango

 

wb_sunny Temperate/chilly.

 

work Personal toiletries, flashlight.

 

accessibility Comfortable clothing and something to keep warm.


Pilgrims will visit the study groups in the communities of these two departments and get to know their culture.

Immaculate Conception Parish

place Jutiapa

 

wb_sunny Warm and dry.

 

work Personal toiletries, flashlight.

 

accessibility Light clothing, comfortable shoes.


The youth will get to meet the bishop of Jutiapa, work with youth ministry in the diocese, and interact with youth in the parish.

Nativity Parish

place Totonicapán

 

wb_sunny Chilly.

 

work Personal toiletries, flashlight.

 

accessibility Comfortable clothing and something to keep warm.


Pilgrims will organize activities with the youth ministry of the parish along with cultural events with the ethinc Quiché, in the municipality of Santa María Chiquimula.

University of Rafael Landivar (URL): Xelajú Campus

place Quetzaltenango

 

wb_sunny Chilly.

 

work Personal toiletries, flashlight.

 

accessibility Comfortable clothing and something to keep warm.


In Xelajú, pilgrims will organize cultural activities and get to know the Mayan Quiché history and culture of this city, located in the Guatemalan plateau.

University of Rafael Landivar (URL): Huehuetenango Campus

place Huehuetenango

 

wb_sunny Chilly.

 

work Personal toiletries, flashlight.

 

accessibility Comfortable clothing and something to keep warm.


The youth will participate in activities with the Social Ministry and Youth Ministry at the campus and in the Santa Bárbara parish.

Fe y Alegría School in Chiantla

place Huehuetenango

 

wb_sunny Chilly.

 

work Personal toiletries, flashlight.

 

accessibility Comfortable clothing and something to keep warm.


Pilgrims will interact with student families around the municipality, and will get to know the culture and archaeological sites of the Mam ethnicity.

University of Rafael Landivar (URL): Quiché Campus

place Quiché

 

wb_sunny Chilly.

 

work Personal toiletries, flashlight.

 

accessibility Comfortable clothing and something to keep warm.


The youth will participate in activities of the Social Ministry and Youth Ministry with students at the campus.

Fe y Alegría School in Sacualpa

place Quiché

 

wb_sunny Chilly.

 

work Personal toiletries, flashlight.

 

accessibility Comfortable clothing and something to keep warm.


The Ignatian youth will interact with the families of students at the school, and they will have a pastoral experience at the parish.

University of Rafael Landivar (URL): Antigua Guatemala Campus

place Sacatepequez

 

wb_sunny Temperate.

 

work Personal toiletries, flashlight.

 

accessibility Comfortable clothing and something to keep warm.


Through a social project at Santa María de Jesús, pilgrims will have direct contact with the Mayan Cackchiquel culture. They will also visit archaeological sites and museums and witness traditional Mayan ceremonies.