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1981: Vincent Nagle served in Morocco in Settat beginning in 1981
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Vincent Nagle can be contacted at vdnagleafscbdorg
Country of Service: Morocco
Training Group: TEFL
Cities you served in: Settat
Arrival Year: 1981
Departure Year: 1983
English Teacher at the Lycee Scientifique Al-Ghazzi
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
Briefly, I got ordained as a Catholic Priest and, after many years of working with the dying, am currently working as chaplain and teacher at Bethlehem University on the West Bank, in Palestine, where I am also involved with the movement Communion and Liberation
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
It was fundamental for opening me up to the world, and introducing me to Arabic studies, which became my graduate work focus
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Mike Moran, Eileen Korby, Cathy Moore, Jeff, and Tony,
Any message for returned volunteers?:
This experience tends to put sand in your shoes, never resting still anymore
Leave a message here if there was an incorrect or duplicate e-mail address for you in the "Directory of Volunteers":
I can always be got hold of through the Bethlehem University web site
Originally posted: April 21, 2006
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