From illiteracy to master’s degree. How Indian Jesuits let young people dream. Watch Jesuit Stories

Jesuits of Patna Province (India) developed a system where children of the lowest castes, often coming from illiterate families and poorest villages, can receive good education.

But education is not enough. Through art classes, psychological support and job trainings they begin to dream about better future.

Watch the second weekly episode of “Jesuit Stories” video series about Jesuit initiatives around the world.

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