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PBS Video Shows the Impact of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps

The Jesuit Volunteer Corps is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year. It is one of a number of denomination- and church-related service organizations that gives young college graduates a chance to change their lives by living simply in community with one another and by serving those in need. PBS Correspondent Deborah Potter reports on one JVC group in Scranton, Pennsylvania, where the volunteers describe how their experience of life together and work with those who are poor, sick, or hungry has affected them. “I see the presence of God in all of my clients so profoundly,” says one volunteer. “You’re told that you have Christ inside us, but I never actually saw it until I came here.”





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