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  • Fourth Orientation Programme

    The fourth Orientation Programme is up and running in Nairobi, Kenya, from September to December, 2018. 21 Brothers are taking part. Read More
  • Mission Frère Initiatives in North America

    The Congregation’s path to renewal and transformation, Our Way into the Future, challenges us to “find new ways of being Brother Read More
  • First Thirty Years in East Africa

    The members of the East Africa District spent the Easter Triduum in their annual assembly, reflecting on 30 years of Christian Read More
  • Zambia Novitiate 2018

    The 23rd of February, 2018 saw the initiation ritual of eight fine young men who have decided to continue their discernment Read More
  • Postulants in Arusha, Tanzania

    The six new Postulants in Arusha, Tanzania, send the following brief information about themselves: Isaac Odongo is a Kenyan, from Kisumu Read More
  • First Profession in Lusaka, Zambia

    On Saturday, November 25th, seven young men from Kenya and Zambia made their First Profession at the International Spirituality Centre in Read More
  • EREBB Leadership Certificate

    The EREBB Leadership Certificate is an international online course developed by Edmund Rice Education Beyond Borders (EREBB), Edmund Rice Schools Trust Read More
  • Update from the Cluster in Zambia

    A fresh influx of new members has just joined the Cluster in Western Province Zambia following the Orientation Programmes run in Read More
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Welcome to the website of the Edmund Rice movement. We are a loose network of organisations, groups and individuals across the world seeking to continue the spirit of Edmund Rice. As a young man, Edmund, with a group of friends, immersed in the world of work and family life, formed a little Gospel community active in the city of Waterford. They shared prayer and spiritual reading, and they combined this with active outreach to the destitute, street children, orphans, prisoners, slaves and immigrants.

Today, living out of a new consciousness of the interconnection of all life, groups of people inspired by the story of Edmund's life form small communities that journey and converse together, stepping outside their comfort zones in respectful service. They seek to make a difference to the lives of marginalised people through compassionate presence and seeking mutual transformation.

There are a diverse number of ways of becoming involved in the movement. Some men may wish to join the Christian Brothers, others are involved as participants in some of the groups which feature on this website. You may be looking to find a place to become a volunteer for a period of time, or you may be looking to help by becoming a partner in our developmentment and fundraising efforts.

For more information follow the "HOW CAN I GET INVOLVED" button above.

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