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Edmund Rice Network - SOUTH AFRICA

We have a number of ERN groups in SA.  Some are comprised of older folk, some cater to the needs of university students while others are made up of Edmund Rice Society school-leavers. Some of the groups have a strong spiritual growth focus while others are more committed to works of social justice.

You can check out their website by clicking on the following image

ERNSA website

Edmund Rice Network - ENGLAND

Their website is a hub for a dynamic community of schools, youth ministries, spiritual conversation groups, and outreach activities inspired by the founding vision of Blessed Edmund Rice and the mission, in England and the wider world, of his Christian Brother successors.

You can check out their website by clicking on the following image

England ERN web

Edmund Rice Network Advocacy - EUROPE

Edmund Rice Advocacy is a website featuring ideas, initiatives and information concerning social justice issues, Catholic Social Teaching and human rights. It is sponsored by the European Province of the Christian Brothers and is maintained by Brother Donal Leader, Advocacy Officer with the Christian Brothers.

You can check out their website by clicking on the following image

EUR Advocacy web

Edmund Rice Network - URUGUAY

A network of groups and individuals carry on an extensive range of outreach activities, connected with parents, students and staff from Colegio Stella Maris. There are three specific organisations that have grown out of this network:

Biblioteca web

Madres web

Treboles web

Edmund Rice Network - NEW ZEALAND

New Zealand Edmund Rice Network Commission

New Zealand Edmund Rice Network Commission consists of all the leaders of the various Edmund Rice entities and groups in New Zealand. It takes the oversight for the Network in New Zealand.

Contact:
Damaris Kingdon
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Edmund Rice Network -  OCEANIA

Click on the image and you can find out about all that is happening across the diverse network on their website.

Oceania web

And keep up to date on their Facebook page HERE

Associates of Edmund Rice - North America

The Associates of Edmund Rice, in union with the Christian Brothers, are inspired by the charism, the spirit and the legacy of Blessed Edmund Rice. They are women and men who strive to grow in their relationship with Jesus by living the Gospel message and a life devoted to prayer, justice, and charitable and educational works, especially with the poor and marginalized. (read more)

Contact:

Brother John J. McCarthy, CFC
21 Pryer Terrace
New Rochelle, NY 10804
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Brother John E. Dornbos, CFC
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The Edmundian Society - North America

The Edmundian Society includes men who devoted some portion of their lives as members of the Congregation of Christian Brothers, a religious congregation of men founded by Blessed Edmund Rice in Ireland in 1820. Whether these men left after a short time in pre-novitiate or novitiate training, or whether they left after a long time of teaching ministry in the Brothers' schools, a bond remains. While each individual's journey is unique, there has been a common recognition that the time spent living in community was a major influence in one's life. 
Edmundians are members of the Edmund Rice Family Network, a wide circle of Brothers, Associates, former Brothers, students, families, friends and benefactors. 

CONTACT Mr. Robert M. Kman, 1007 E. Becker LN., Phoenix, AZ 85020 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Timirí Éamainn Rís - Europe

The Messengers of Edmund Rice, Timirí Éamainn Rís, are a community of men and women scattered throughout Ireland who support each other in living out the compassion and courage of Blessed Edmund in their daily lives. The group was founded in Dublin in 1989 by a small group of Christian Brothers and former members of the Congregation.

How can a person get involved? 
You could simply go to a group near you or even form a group yourself. Dick Fields, one of the founders of Timirí and current secretary, is more than willing to pass on details of venues and times of meetings and to give a helping hand in starting a group. Forming a group is as easy as inviting a few people to meet, reflect and pray together.

Many of these men and women look forward to the annual gathering which takes place usually at Emmaus in Dublin around the end of October. A newsletter is sent out at regular intervals to those on the Timirí mailing list.

To place your name on this list please contact Dick Fields (telephone 01 839 1396 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

You can follow the following link to view the TIMIRI website:

Timiri web

Volunteering

Christian Brothers Volunteer Program - North America

The Christian Brothers Volunteer Program sponsored by the North American Province of the Congregation of Christian Brothers offers single, men and women between the ages of 21 and 26 the opportunity to:
· grow as a person
· experience community living
· work with the marginalized in educational and social service ministries.

FOR INFORMATION REGARDING THE PROGRAM CONTACT
Brother Bob Koppes, CFC
Check out their website
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Christian Brothers Volunteer Program - Oceania

Oceania Province and Edmund Rice Education Australia (EREA) staff are invited to engage in solidarity with people from the majority world by partnering with the Province's ministries and programs and working alongside them as an Edmund Rice Volunteer.

The volunteer experience supports the work of the ministry and also provides a great opportunity for volunteers to experience practical work in the justice field and achieve personal spiritual growth and enhanced professional development.

Volunteer opportunities are presently available in:
· East Timor;
· Cook Islands;
· Murgon, Queensland;
· Mt Archer, Queensland;
· Philippines;
· Tanzania; and
· Kenya

Contact Information

General Enquiries & Papua New Guinea
Martin Kelly
Phone: +61 73621 9673
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Br. Damien Price 021 02321011
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Br Gerard Brady
Phone: +61298103922
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