Jesuit Education for the Marginalized


An Indian Jesuit's mission to the poor

"A Jesuit vocation is nothing else but a human commitment to help people, especially poor people, people who lack opportunities, to get the information and skills that they need to make a better living"

For decades Fr. Godfrey D'Lima, SJ has been working to bring the rich history of Jesuit education to the marginalized in India. Listen to him describe his ministry in the Mission district of Nashik, India.

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