Priests and/or Brothers Represented
Augustinian Monks of the Primitive Observance Priests (O.S.A. Prim)
We follow the pattern given us by St. Augustine as we dedicate ourselves to the monastic life and give our lives in prayer for all people, especially for priests. We follow the example of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Good Shepherd, seeking Him as our model.
The Brotherhood of Hope is an association of the faithful in the Catholic Church, composed primarily of religious brothers who serve in college campus ministry. The association was founded in 1980 in Newark, New Jersey by Father Philip Merdinge.
The Congregation offers the world not only our hope in crosses, but also our trust in Divine Providence, our familial spirit and unity, our Eucharistic fellowship and worship, our belief that education is both of the mind and the heart and our apostolic zeal to make God known, loved and served around the globe.
The Congregation of the Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (C.M.I) had its beginnings in the first half of the 19th century. When two zealous priests, Fr.Thomas Palackal and Fr.Thomas Porukara of the Vicariate Apostolic of Verapoly in Kerala, India sought to live in retirement and prayer, their Ordinary, the Vicar Apostolic, Bishop Maurilius Stabilini advised them to found a religious house so that they might do good to the people in the world too. This was in 1829 A.D.
Strong in faith, rejoicing in hope, burning with charity, on fire with zeal, in humility of heart and persevering in prayer, we follow Christ the Redeemer with hearts full of joy; denying ourselves and always ready to undertake what is demanding, we share in the mystery of Christ and proclaim it in Gospel simplicity of life and language, that we may bring to people plentiful redemption.
Our overall purpose is to honor God and sanctify the elements with true dedication and openness to God, demonstrated by the implementation of the three vows Chastity, Poverty and Obedience.
The Congregation of the Sons of the Immaculate Conception (CFIC) is a religious Congregation of Pontifical right founded in Rome in 1857 by Blessed Luigi Maria Monti. Its scope of service is the witnessing of Christ through the care of the sick, education of needy youth and care of the abandoned. The members of the Congregation are lay religious brothers and religious priests.
The Missionaries of Compassion are a religious order founded in India on May 24, 2003, the Feast of Mary, Help of Christians. Their scope of service is the work of compassion and charity: bringing solace and comfort the destitute orphans, to the abandoned elderly, persons who are affected with terminal diseases and the homeless.
The main purpose of the La Salette Missionaries is to preach the word of God, to exercise the Ministry of Reconciliation, to celebrate the Eucharist, and to heal the hurts and deepen people’s awareness of God’s ongoing call to repentance. They were asked by Mary to “make her message known”, that is, the message of her Son.
Our mission in the Church consists in revealing the mystery of salvation to those who do not yet know it, and in helping those who have already heard the Good News to rediscover and deepen this mystery by a renewed consciousness of the meaning of their baptismal commitment.
We believe in the power of the blood of Jesus, shed for all, to change the world. Our priests, brothers and lay associates seek out God’s people who are suffering from loneliness and despair, poverty and violence. Jesus Christ has redeemed all people with his Blood. It is our mission to help everyone draw closer to the God who saves us.
Missionaries of St. Charles (Scalabrinians) (C.S.)
Our missionary focus for the last twenty-five years has been to be migrants with the migrants and to be in mission with people on the move along with a special priority for the poorest migrants.
We endorse the call of Pope John Paul II, that the Gospel might become the source of culture, insofar as they encourage in the person sensitivity for the authentic values of liberty, justice and peace; that our horizons would also be expanded in the perception and taste for religious values, leading us to the experience of the divine, which is where we can satisfy the desire of our hearts.
Order of St. Paul the First Hermit (O.S.P.P.E./Pauline Fathers)
The Pauline Order is a community in which monastic priests and brothers realize their vocation through prayer, penance, preaching the Word of God and administering the Holy Sacraments, and by undertaking voluntary poverty, obedience and chastity.
The Salesians are a family of men and women founded by a Catholic priest, Fr. John Bosco, which in Italian is translated Don Bosco. He began his work in Turin, Italy, in the mid-1800s by gathering poor boys and young men that had no place to live and little education. He established a place called an oratory where these young people could gather and call their home.
We share our apostolic vocation with all people. We are ready to serve in any place, by all ways and means which the love of Christ inspires. Our apostolate is not restricted to one particular activity. We emphasize the universality of the Christian vocation, animating lay people to live their baptismal commitment and to be witnesses of faith in their private and social life.
The Society of Divine Vocations, also known as the Vocationist Fathers, is a Roman Catholic religious Congregation of Priests and Brothers founded in 1920 by Blessed Fr. Justin Russolillo (1891-1955) in Italy. The Vocationist Fathers has as its main charism “identifying and fostering vocations to priesthood and religious life, especially among the less privileged”. The Vocationists work in vocationaries , parishes, schools, and missions.
The Society of the Divine Word, also known as the Divine Word Missionaries, is a religious missionary community of priests and brothers inspired by the Holy Triune God, proclaiming the reign of God by sharing intercultural life and mission among themselves and others, and following the example of Sts. Arnold Janssen and Joseph Freinademetz.
We emphasize the spiritual path of “continual conversion” – continually turning our life over to God. As the means to accomplish this goal we choose a life of prayer, we help each other remain humble in our relationships, and we share the material resources that we acquire from our ministry by dedicating ourselves to Gospel poverty.