Our Lady of Guadalupe Franciscan Province The Spirit of
Saint Francis has been kept alive through the centuries by the
work of many men and women who have committed themselves
to a ministry that promotes Franciscan values. The Province of
Our Lady of Guadalupe has remained faithful to their Franciscan tradition by their commitment to the missions of the
Southwest among the Native Americans: Navajo and Pueblos,
the Hispanic and Anglo population. The variety of ministries has
made us a truly unique Franciscan Province. If you sense that
God might be calling you to the religious life, this is a wonderful
opportunity to discern your vocation among the poor, among
those who are considered outcasts, and among those who thirst
for God’s love and justice. Come; share, dream, love—Join us!
God bless you. Vocation Director for OLG Vocation Office,
1204 Stintson Street SW, Albuquerque, NM 87121-3440; (505)
217-3491; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; website: http://www.
See ad on page 71. Code #339.
Pallottines (S.A.C.) [The Society of the Catholic
Apostolate] Founded by St. Vincent Pallotti in 1835, serves
as an active apostolic community within the mission of the
Church of the United States. We are more than 2,400 priests
and brothers engaged in many apostolates, which include parish ministry, education, prison ministry, retreat work, youth
ministry, lay ministry formation, and hospital and military
chaplaincies. Pope John Paul II spoke of the Pallottines as “...a
bridge between the clergy and laity in order to give life again to
that apostolate which unites the faithful to the work of evangelization and sanctification....” Consider this a personal invitation
to take a serious look at becoming a Pallottine. If you have felt a
‘Yes’ within yourself to get more information, we invite you to
contact either of our vocation offices: Immaculate Conception
Province (Eastern United States): 1-800-APOSTLE; website:
http://www.sacapostles.org; e-mail: Vocation@sacapostles.org;
or mail Vocation Director, Pallottine Vocation Office, 5552
Route 70, Pennsauken, NJ 08109. Mother of God Province
(Midwestern United States): (414) 259-0688 ext. 155; website: http://www.pallottines.org; e-mail: email@example.com;
or mail Pallottine Vocation Director, 5424 W. Bluemound Road,
Milwaukee, WI 53208.
See ad on page 117. Code #239.
Passionists (C.P.) Passionist priests and brothers take a
unique vow to promote the memory of Christ’s passion and
God’s redeeming love for us through their life of contemplation,
community and ministry to the crucified of today. Founded by
St. Paul of the Cross, Passionists reach out with compassion
to those who suffer or are marginalized—the disabled, the
sick, the dying, the impoverished, those who grieve or are
alone—and offer opportunities for all to experience spiritual
growth and healing. Prayer and a rich community life support
the special Passionist charism. Ministries include preaching,
retreat center programs, parish, radio and TV ministry, and
chaplaincies. Both Provinces have members missioned in
other countries. Interested in male candidates, 19-40 years
old. Western Province: Fr. Christopher Gibson, C.P.; (773)
631-6336 and cell (773) 266-1942; e-mail: vocationdirector@
passionist.org; website: http://www.thepassionists.org.
Eastern Province: Fr. William Maguire, C.P.; (412) 325-8041;
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; website: http://www.
The Paulist Fathers (C.S.P.) The Paulists founded by Servant
of God, Isaac Hecker, are the first North American community
of priests. The Paulists minister through their mission of Reaching Out (Evangelization), Bringing Peace (Reconciliation),
and Seeking Unity (Ecumenism and Interreligious Relations).
The Paulists are in 20 cities in the United States and Canada.
We serve as campus ministers and parish priests. We conduct
retreats/missions, and publish through Paulist Press. We reach
out through the Paulist National Catholic Evangelization Association and work in media-related endeavors through Paulist
Productions. We serve young adults through BustedHalo.com.
Training includes a year novitiate and graduate theological studies in Washington, DC. Fr. David E. Farnum, C. S. P., Director of
Vocations, 415 West 59th Street, New York, NY 10019-1104;
(800) 235-3456 or (212) 757-4260; fax: (212) 445-0285; e-mail:
email@example.com; website: http://www.paulist.org/voca-tion. See our web ad at www.VocationGuide.org.
See ad on page 172. Code #114.
Piarists (Sch. P.) Founded by St. Joseph Calasanctius in 1617,
Piarists profess a special fourth religious vow to educate youth,
especially the poor. Our schools are concerned with both the
spiritual and academic achievement of our students. Our motto,
Pietas et Litterae, expresses both our work and charism. We
are an International Order in 32 countries, and in the United
States are represented in New York, Philadelphia, Washington,
Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Puerto Rico, and Los Angeles, We
have schools, parishes, Spanish ministries, foreign missions, a
summer mission in Mexico, and a school and Appalachian Mission in eastern Kentucky. Rev. David Powers, Sch.P., Vocation
Director, 99 Martha’s Vineyard, Prestonsburg, KY 41653; (610)
564-8893; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; website: http://www.
PIME Missionaries (P.I.M.E.) [The Pontifical Institute
for Foreign Missions] PIME is an International Society of
Apostolic Life of priests and brothers who dedicate their lives
to the mission among non-Christians in foreign countries.
The initial formation for candidates will take place in the US
region. Our formation and training program is flexible. We are
able to adapt our program to meet the needs of each individual
as much as possible, according to one’s academic background
and life experiences. PIME has two International Theology
formation houses for candidates to missionary priesthood
(Italy and Philippines). The formation house for missionary
brothers is located in Italy. Visit us at www.pimeusa.org. PIME
Missionaries, 17330 Quincy St., Detroit, MI 48221; (313) 342-
4066; fax: (313) 342-6816; e-mail: email@example.com; website:
See ad on page 104. Code #134.
Presentation Brothers (F.P.M.) The Presentation Brothers
are an international Roman Catholic Congregation of religious
brothers working in several countries. We are men who believe
that Jesus Christ is calling us to serve him and his people in a
radical way. We live our baptismal promises through sharing
all that we earn and by devoting our lives to the service of
people. We take three vows: chastity, poverty, and obedience
and we live together in small groups called communities
where we support one another and live out this challenging
lifestyle. We are teachers, social workers, pastoral workers,
chaplains. Regardless of the work we do, it is all “Ad Majorem
Die Gloriam”--for the greater glory of God. Today we work in
Ghana, Nigeria, West Indies (St. Lucia and Grenada), USA,
Canada, Ireland, England, Slovakia, and Geneva. Vocation
Director, 1602 Pettis Blvd., Kissimmee, FL 34741; (407) 846-
2033; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; website: http://www.
See ad on page 70. Code #115.
Priests of the Sacred Heart (S.C.J.) We are an apostolic
international congregation of Brothers, Deacons, and Priests
inspired by the mystery of God’s love expressed in the heart of
Christ. Fr. Leo John Dehon, our founder, was convinced that
the best way to respond to our experience of God’s love is by
reaching out to those around us and helping them to experience
that same love in their own lives. This often means addressing
unjust situations and circumstances that prevent people from
reaching their full potential. Much of our work in the U.S. is
with the poor and working class. Foreign missions are available.
We prefer candidates 18-40 (will consider to age 45) with religious and/or social involvement, a solid academic background,
and appropriate work history. Vocation Director, P. O. Box 206,
Hales Corners, WI 53130-0206; toll free (800) 609-5559; fax:
(414) 529-3377; website: http://www.scjvocation.org.
See ad on page 100. Code #116.
The Redemptorists (C.Ss.R.) [Congregation of the Most Holy
Redeemer] The Redemptorists are a community of apostolic
men—followers of Jesus Christ the Redeemer and disciples of
St. Alphonsus Liguori. As a religious congregation of priests
and brothers, our mission is to proclaim the Good News of
plentiful redemption to the poor and most abandoned. Our
work in parishes, retreat houses, parish missions, and foreign
countries, as well as special apostolates, e.g. migrants, prisoners,
and young adults, serves as pathways for Christ’s love. Like the
apostles we live and work together; we combine our prayers
and deliberations, our labors and sufferings, our successes and
failures, and our talents and material goods in service to the
Gospel. For more information, visit our website: http://www.
redemptorists.com or contact the Vocation office: Fr. Richard
S. Bennett, C. Ss.R.; e-mail: email@example.com; telephone:
See ad on page 41. Code #135.
The Salesians of Don Bosco (S.D.B.) For over 150 years
under the teachings of St. John Bosco, Salesian Brothers and
Priests have been inspiring young people to live lives of faith.
We are looking for men who want to dedicate their whole life to
Christ, the church, and the young. As a Salesian priest or brother
you will evangelize and achieve sanctity by accompanying youth
toward holiness. Salesians serve in various capacities: youth
ministers, teachers, coaches, technical instructors, guidance
counselors, and friends to the young. We live in community
and work together in a common mission. In the United States,
Salesians operate 25 youth oriented parishes, 10 high schools,
seven boys and girls clubs, and three retreat houses. Fr. Steve
Ryan, S.D.B., Salesian Vocation Office, 315 Self Place, South
Orange, NJ 07079; (973) 761-0201; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org;
website: http://www.salesianvocation.com or Fr. Chris Woerz,
S.D.B., Office of Vocation Office, P.O. Box 1639, Rosemead,
CA 91770; (626) 280-8622; e-mail: email@example.com;
See ad on page 19. Code #117.
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Salvatorians (S.D.S.) [Society of the Divine Savior] The
Salvatorians were founded to use “any means which the Love
of Christ inspires” to bring the Gospel to the world. We are
multi-cultural and fully embrace the Spirit of Vatican II. Our
members collaborate closely with the Salvatorian Sisters, the
Lay Salvatorians, and the people we serve. We are involved in
parishes, foreign missions, education, hospital chaplaincies,
youth ministry, counseling, campus ministry, and specialized
ministries. Our members serve in the Archdioceses of Milwaukee, Portland, and Washington and in the Dioceses of Bismarck,
Birmingham, Green Bay, Harrisburg, LaCrosse, Nashville, Oakland, Orlando, Phoenix, St. Cloud, Sacramento, Savannah, and
Tucson. American Salvatorians are also serving in Tanzania, East
Africa. Contact: Fr. Scott Jones, S. D. S., 1735 N. Hi-Mount Blvd.,
Milwaukee, WI 53208-1720; (414) 258-1735 ext. 104; e-mail:
Scott@salvatorians.com; website: http://www.salvatorians.com.
See our web ad at www.VocationGuide.org.
See ad on page 59. Code #145.
Servants of Charity (S.C.) Our priests and brothers strive
to imitate Jesus, the Good Samaritan, by bringing the Father’s
healing love to the suffering in body and spirit. Founded by
Blessed Louis Guanella in 1908, we are now represented in
19 countries. Our Province (United States, Philippines, and
India) provides “Bread and Lord” especially to people with
developmental disabilities as well as serving abandoned children, the elderly, children in need, and parishes. The Servants
of Charity also have a ministry known as the Pious Union of St.
Joseph, an association of the faithful praying for the suffering
and dying. We seek men hungry to live a life of personal love of
God expressed in prayer, community life, simplicity, hospitality,
compassion toward the suffering, and in communion with the
teaching and tradition of the Catholic Church in its entirety. We
offer a life of “Prayer and Suffering” lived within a community of
sinners who want to be saints. Fr. Dennis M. Weber, S. C., 1795