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A Different Kind of Service Year

John Sorice2     Cap Corps Volunteer John Sorice (2015-2016) graduated from Villanova University and worked at Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School throughout his volunteer year. He supported students directly in their roles at work, providing mentoring and guidance, as well as communication with supervisors. He was offered a position at the end of his service year and is currently on staff at the high school.

     Just in time for the Feast day of Cristo Rey's Patron, Don John Bosco (January 31), John shares his thoughts on the life-changing and life-giving work he undertook:

     . . . The students with whom I have had the pleasure of working with this year are extraordinary.. . . When making the decision to participate in a service program, you expect to DBCristo Rey3make a difference in the lives of those you serve. However, my experience here at Don Bosco has felt a bit backwards. It is difficult to appreciate the impact you are having on young lives while volunteering, I am confident this is something I will be able to reflect upon once my service year is complete. However, what I feel on a daily basis is the positive impact that each one of my students is having on me . . .  

     Read his reflection on our Cap Corps blog: Capture

Moments of Epiphany

SFInternational     Christiana Gellert is a graduate of Catholic University in Washington, DC, and her placement during her year in Cap Corps is at St. Francis International School in the city. Christiana shares her experience of working with students there.

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     "Volunteering at St Francis reminds me of perhaps the most basic principal of ministry -- Ministry begins in using your own experiences to make someone else’s life a bit better, even if your own experience was nothing more than confusion and self-doubt."

     Read her story on the Cap Corps blog pages of Capture.

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Support Cap Corps

CapCorps Support       Cap Corps Volunteers are able to exist thanks to the sponsorship of the Capuchin Franciscan friars. Ongoing costs like housing and board for the Volunteers are funded through charitable donations made by men and women who believe in the program and support its goals.

     Donate now to help our Volunteer Program secure its existence for next year. Your contributions are tax deductible and will secure our ability to welcome more young men and women to service and ministry among those who need us most.

 

Pilgrimage to Assisi: In step with Mercy

CapCorpsAssisi4       The 2015-2016 Cap Corps Volunteers worked to make the Year of Mercy Pilgrimage to Rome and Assisi to end their year of service among the Capuchins a grand success.
       The idea was born after our powerful experience of seeing Pope Francis in DC during our Holy Father's visit to the United States. It grew with strength and fervor when Pope Francis announced this year to be an Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy, blessed the Holy Doors at St. Peter's Basilica, and called the faithful to make a brief pilgrimage to the Holy Door.

       We received Pope Francis's invitation loud and clear!

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Cap Corps has 8 new alumni!

       Thank you to the 2015-2016 Cap Corps Volunteers for an extraordinary year:
Amber JohnsonAmanda SwiggumSam BraunKyra Malamood,
John SoriceShenelle SanoirJaVon Hansknecht, & Gabby LePore

Thank you to Shenelle Sanoir for putting the video together
and for all the volunteers for making this an extraordinary year!

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