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​Welcome to our LV Shared Blog, a space to capture the thoughts and experiences of the 2020-2021 Lasallian Volunteers— 30 voices strong with a lot to say. Each of their posts will reflect on different aspects of their journey through a year of faith, service, and community as they serve those in need throughout the United States. You will hear from a different LV who will be sharing a little about their service year. May their stories inspire you to make an impact as they remember, reflect and write.

Sarah Sprinkle: What Does it Mean to Stay?

About a year ago, a question popped into my head that I wasn’t quite able to fully shake. In... Read More

Calvin Gill: The Season of Transition

This entire LV experience has been eye-opening for me. Since graduating from Christian Brothers University just eight months ago,... Read More

Kaiyun Chen: Laughter That Lasts

One Friday, right outside the school entrance, the fifth graders had just come back from recess and lined up,... Read More

Olivia Brophy: Adaptability Amidst Uncertainty

It is a truth universally acknowledged that any young person serving as a Lasallian Volunteer must be adaptable. Over... Read More

Sam Wilson: Creating a Safe Space in a Virtual World

I practice restorative justice at Catalyst Maria High School in Chicago at the Maria Kaupas Center. My job consists... Read More

Racheal Bailey: The Tohono O’odham made it to Philadelphia! 

I am a member of the Tohono O’odham Nation, we are the “Desert People.” On the first day of school... Read More

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