Andahuaylillas, Cuzco – Perú

City of Boys

Inaugurated in 2007, it serves 500 people daily including community members, children and young people in training, teachers, and collaborators. It welcomes:

  • The Saint Tarcisius Home

    Is a home for boys who come to us mostly through abandonment or neglect or domestic violence.

  • Saint Augustine Year

    Is made up of young men who, during the period of one year,  taken as a long and propitious time of vocational discernment, put themselves at the service of God and of the poorest.

  • Saint Aloysius Gonzaga Vocational Center

    Welcomes boys from 11 to 17 years old who show a vocational interest towards the priesthood and towards consecrated religious life.

  • Don Bosco Oratory

    Opens its doors every Saturday to about 150 poor boys from the surrounding areas, offering them an intense program of catechesis, games, and sports that occupies the entire day.

  • Saints Francisco and Jacinta Marto School

    Welcomes some 290 poor children and boys free of charge. Jesus is the center of the school, hence our boys take turns in Eucharistic Adoration.

  • Professional Technical Center

    Offers a technical education to the students of the Secondary School with a schedule that allows them to obtain certification in two years.

  • Mission

    The Missionary Servants of the Poor Priests and Brothers go on periodic mission trips to the high mountains