Mary's Meals Visitor Centre in Medjugorje
In Medjugorje, visitors and pilgrims can learn more about the problem of world hunger and the charity’s simple mission to help feed the world’s poorest children at the information centre, located near the Church of St James on the main avenue, Pope John Paul II Street.
Housed in a repurposed shipping container painted our signature blue, the information centre offers a warm and welcoming space for people to come and learn more about Mary’s Meals.
A hive of activity where there’s always something going on, it’s a great place to spend time and learn more about Mary’s Meals through presentations, short films, and a visual timeline charting the history and growth of the movement. It’s staffed by knowledgeable and helpful volunteers who are used to welcoming visitors from many different countries, making it a really inspiring spot to grab a coffee and chat to friends – or, indeed, make new friends.
Our documentary film screenings
Join us in the Blue Container and watch just some of the amazing stories of Mary's Meals
This moving film tells the remarkable story of Mary’s Meals and gives viewers a chance to hear from some of the children we are reaching through our work. Duration 33 minutes. (Trailer below)
Generation Hope is a beautiful film that shares the stories of just some of the young people who, having enjoyed Mary’s Meals as children, are now part of a new generation beginning to find its voice and help to build a brighter future. Duration 36 minutes. (Trailer below)
Mary's Meals - A Fruit of Medjugorje
This short film explains the relationship between Mary’s Meals and Medjugorje through the history of the organisation and the story of the family. (Trailer below)
Love Reaches Everywhere
Find out what happened when Gerard Butler swapped the bright lights of Hollywood for classrooms in Haiti and Liberia. Through this film, you can travel with him as he meets some of the real-life heroes at the very heart of Mary’s Meals. (Trailer below)