Little Brothers of Jesus

News from Berdine (France)

Jean Michel has lived most of his life in a fraternity in Algeria. He has now been 5 years in a community helping people who need rehabilitation...  read more »

News from Santiago (Chile)

An update in the life of this fraternity. Today all three are retired, and a fourth brother, Enrique (Henry), who lived as a vagabond, has joined them. He is now severely disabled. This newsletter describes a little of this change in the life of the fraternity.  read more »

Visit to Murugaragara

The Fraternity of MurugaragaraThe Fraternity of Murugaragara
Murugaragara, (whose name means "beautiful view") is a straggling village of 250 to 300 people scattered over a large area.

The people live very poorly from agricultural work, a few banana trees, a little sorghum, maize, manioc, haricot beans, and all that with only a hoe as a tool.  read more »

News from Seoul (Korea)

After having finished my studies in Seoul in the fraternity of Pomun-dong, I have now been in the fraternity of Samsong-ni for seven months. It is in the town of Goyansshi like the north gateway to Seoul. It is there that the road for reunification begins and goes towards the North. On one side of the road there is a village, and on the other a small agglomeration with a school, a bank, a police station, several small shops spaced out, and even a small market, although we do not go there often.  read more »

LBJ Links & Resources

Books, booklets and articles written by and about Little Brothers of Jesus, links to other websites, etc.  read more »