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Marist Refugee Awareness Week


Marist Refugee Awareness Week

Central Catholic High School, the Marist Brothers USA Province, and all Marist schools around the USA are recognizing Marist Refugee Awareness Week. We remember in prayer and solidarity the more than 65 million world refugees, half of whom are children.

In this spirit, the Central Catholic Missions Collection for the month of March will go toward for the Encuentro Project in El Paso, Texas.

The Encuentro Project aims to aid those refugees needing assistance at our southern border. Our donations will help those seeking asylum.

Thank you for joining us in prayer and solidarity for this important initiative!

About the Encuentro Project

This project was recently opened by the USA Province in conjunction with the Province of Mexico Occidental and offers both assistance to the thousands of refugees arriving at our USA border as well as the opportunity for many church and school groups to live at Annunciation House for a week and learn first hand the difficult realities of our Refugee Brothers and Sisters.



Central Catholic High School
A College Preparatory High School of Excellence in the Marist Tradition

Founded by the Marist Brothers in the heart of Lawrence, Massachusetts in 1935, Central Catholic High School enrolls 1,200 students from over 60 cities and towns and several countries. Students come from diverse backgrounds to form a caring community of faith, learning, and service. They advance to college in overwhelming numbers (nearly 100%) and move on to successful careers and positions of leadership in government, business, industry, academia, and professions.

Central Catholic High School is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.

For more information, please visit www.CentralCatholic.net, call 978-682-0260, or email website@centralcatholic.net.

Mission: Central Catholic High School makes Jesus known and loved.
We educate the whole person for college and for life, with particular care for the least favored and those in need.