Mennonites’ communitiesMennonites’ communities

Mennonites’ communities

The Mennonites, present all around the world, are protestant communities which one of the particularities is the fast extension and adaptation to different cultural contexts.

So, they arrived in Bolivia next to the Chaco war, to “convert” or to colonize the Bolivian border. Today, they are several tens of thousands in the plain and dry south of Bolivia.

They are sober persons, workers, with particularly hard moral and ethical principles; absolute discretion, almost total refusal of any technological progress, refusal to carry weapon (and so to serve in the national army), etc. 

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