King’s Students Travel to Peyton Center in Peru

Seven King’s College students are spending a portion of a three-week study abroad in Peru at the Peyton Center, which is operated by the Congregation of Holy Cross.

King’s College is an educational ministry of the United States Province of Priests and Brothers.

The Peyton Center is named in honor of Servant of God Patrick Peyton, a Holy Cross priest who founded Family Rosary to strengthen the family through prayer and to get Rosaries in the hand of families throughout the world. He believed “The family that prayers together stays together.” Family Rosary is part of Holy Cross Family Ministries, another mission of the U.S. Province.

The students’ experience to Canto Grande, Peru, also includes excursions to Lima, Paracas and Machu Picchu. Peyton Center is near Lima.

Students will participate in language and culture classes, interactive sessions with native speakers, a community service initiative at a local school, visits to cultural sites and lectures at the prestigious Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Lima.

Learn more about Family Rosary in Peru on its website.

Read more about the study abroad experience on the King’s College website.

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