More than 50 recently professed religious visit HART in Suva

Last weekend a group of young men and women spent Saturday working with and talking with people in the Makoi Hart community in Suva.

These young men and women are temporarily professed religious living and working in Fiji.

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They come from a number of different congregations: Marist Sisters, Missionaries of the Sacred Heart (MSC), Salesians, Sisters of Compassion, Sisters of Our Lady of Nazareth (SOLN), Columbans, Picpus Fathers (SS.CC) and Marist Fathers.

The idea was to have the practical experience of being with and working with people.

The following day they spent time reflecting and sharing about their experience before celebrating mass and playing some sports.

Housing Assistance and Relief Trust (HART Fiji) is an organisation that works to provide housing for poorer people.

It was founded in 1970 by the Fiji Council of Churches. It not only works to provide housing but also to advocate and support those in the community with the aim of assisting them to become more resourceful.


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