University students from all parts of Spain have been spending their summer vacations working voluntarily among poor farmers and illiterates, and a group from Bishop Herrera's Pius XII Institute in Madrid have been helping peasants in isolated mountain villages near Malaga. Mgr. Herrera, who is Bishop of Malaga, invited them to give intensive instruction to promising village youths with a view to sending them on later to vocational training courses, which now cater for 140,000 Spanish workers.
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4th September 1964
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