Christ in the City 2018
May 20 – June 2, 2018
Collegium and Penn Newman Center cosponsor this urban service immersion program for undergraduates, to take place May 21—June 3. For more on this two-week opportunity to serve the homeless in Philadelphia while studying Christian Anthropology, New Evangelization, and Catholic Social Thought, visit the website here.
The registration cost of $700 covers housing, food, and formation for the duration of the program. Questions can be directed to email@example.com.
Application Deadline: April 30th, 2018
About Christ in the City
Christ in the City is a Catholic non-profit dedicated to forming missionaries, volunteers and communities in knowing, loving and serving the poor.
Christ in the City began its work with Denver’s poor and homeless in the summer of 2010. The organization began under the auspices of Catholic Charities in Denver as a way to form young people to be life-long missionaries.
In the 2011, Christ in the City was entrusted to the Christian Life Movement (CLM) as the service arm of their mission in the United States. Missionaries are spiritually guided by the priests and lay men and women of the Christian Life Movement, whose community plays a vital role in the spiritual formation of Christ in the City.