Maryknoll Congregation and Society
See ad on page 109. Code #199.
Missionaries of the Holy Family (M.S.F.) The
Missionaries of the Holy Family were founded as
a religious community in 1895 in Holland. Today,
we minister throughout the world. We base our
community life on the model of the Holy Family who
lived simple lives in faithful response, love, and care
to the mission of Jesus. Our founder taught us to
seek out and encourage vocations. We strive to live
a missionary spirit by bringing the Gospel message
wherever it is not sufficiently proclaimed. Here in
North America, we are involved as priests and brothers
in parishes, schools, hospitals, and missions. Our work
reflects the care and concern we have for family life.
Vocation Director, 104 Cas Hills Dr., San Antonio, TX
78213; (888) 4 THY WILL; (888) 484-9945; e-mail:
Vocations@MSF-America.org; website: www.MSF-
See ad on page 111. Code #129.
Missionaries of the Precious Blood (C.PP.S) We
are a society of apostolic life, priests, brothers and
lay associates sharing a common mission: to renew
the Church through the ministry of the Word and
the saving power of Christ’s most Precious Blood.
Founded in 1815 by St. Gaspar del Bufalo, our
congregation carries out a variety of ministries as
pastors, teachers, chaplains, youth ministers, retreat
directors, mission preachers and campus ministers,
both in the U.S. and abroad. We reach out to those on
the margins of society—and to each other as we build
a community where members find peace and new
energy. Cincinnati Province (Eastern U.S., including
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, California as well as Chile, Peru,
Guatemala, Colombia), (937) 228-6224; vocation@
org. Kansas City Province (Western U.S., including
Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Colorado, Illinois, Texas,
California as well as Vietnam), (816) 781-4344; voc.
See ad on page 110. Code #108.
www.daylesford.orgContact us.Fr. John Joseph Novielli, O.Pr aem. Vocation Director, Daylesford Abbey 220 S. Valley Road, Paoli, PA 19301 610-647-2530, ext. 127 email@example.com
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people find healing, love, and joy. The MSC USA
Province also supports activities and missions in
Colombia (South America). May the Sacred Heart of
Jesus be Loved Everywhere, now and forever. Contact:
Fr. Andrew Torma, MSC, Vocation Director, 4821 S.
Hermitage Ave., Chicago, IL 60609; (630) 862-0979;
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; website: www.
Missionaries of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and
Mary ( M.SS.CC.) We are a religious community
of priests and brothers dedicating our lives to God
through service to our brothers and sisters in the
localities of Columbia, Italy, Argentina, the United
States, India, Slovakia, Nigeria and Indonesia. As
missionaries, our outreach is to those in need,
whatever those needs may be. In the United States,
we currently serve in parish ministry, schools,
nursing homes, hospitals, retreat work, and
spiritual direction. Our founder, Saint Gaetano
Errico, calls us “to labor selflessly . . . to make
known to all people the deep and tender love of
the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary and to kindle
this love in the hearts of all . . .” Vocation Director,
P.O. Box 189, Linwood, NJ 08221; (609) 927-
5600; e-mail: email@example.com; website: www.
missionofsacredhearts.org. See our web ad at www.
See ad on page 66. Code #133.
Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate
(O.M.I.) The Missionary Oblates of Mary
Immaculate is an international community of over
4,000 priests and brothers founded by St. Eugene
de Mazenod in 1816. The mission of the Oblates is
to preach the Word of God to the poor in more than
60 countries around the world. We are currently
serving in prisons, retreat centers, shrines, inner-city parishes as well as other missions in the USA
and around the world. Join us in our efforts to make
a difference in the world! For more information,
please visit us at www.omiusa.org or www.facebook.
See ad on page 42. Code #109.
Missionaries of the Sacred Heart (M.S.C.) Making an impact in the world by Building a Civilization of Love. “The Spirit of our Society is one of love and
kindness, humility and simplicity; it is, above all, one of
love for justice and concern for all, especially the very
poor.” (MSC Constitutions #13). MSC priests and
brothers are active in 55 countries, most of which are
poor and developing nations. Members of the MSC
USA Province serve parishes, hospitals, schools,
prisons, and conduct special retreat programs to help
Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity (S. T.) We are a Religious Community of Priests and Brothers
founded in the United States by Fr. Thomas Agustin
Judge, CM in 1929. Since our founding we have given
witness to the presence of Our Lord throughout the
United States and, in response to the needs of the
Church, have also established our missionary
presence in Mexico, Costa Rica and Colombia. We
value community life and we dedicate ourselves to
close collaboration in mission with lay women and
men. The dream of our founder is our goal; to
“awaken the giant” by insisting that “every Catholic
is called to be an Apostle”. We want to listen to your
story of faith and discern how God is calling you to
be His Apostle. Please contact: Mark McGuthrie,
MCA; (800) 298-5602; e-mail: Vocations@
TrinityMissions.org; website: www.Mssst.org, or
Office, 3325 13th Street, Riverside, CA 92501-3804,
or General Offices, 9001 New Hampshire Avenue,
Silver Spring, MD 20903. We speak Spanish,
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See ad on page 113. Code #284.
Norbertine Fathers and Brothers (O. Praem.)
[Canons Regular of Premontre]—Daylesford
Abbey Daylesford Abbey is a small Norbertine
Community of thirty members. We follow the Rule
of St. Augustine in trying to be “One mind and one
heart” on the way to God. Our Mission is to enrich the
Church by our Norbertine communio (community)
nourished by contemplation on God’s word, made
visible in worship and service within the local church.
Our Abbey is a Liturgical and Spiritual Center nestled
in a wooded area in Paoli, PA. Our Community gathers
with the laity four times a day to celebrate the Eucharist
and the Liturgy of the Hours. Our service include
Sacramental Ministry in local parishes, Spiritual
Direction, Chaplaincies, Outreach to the homeless and
migrant workers. We invite men ages 20-50 to contact
us if you wish to discern a Norbertine vocation. For
more information contact Fr. John Joseph Novielli,
O. Praem., 220 South Valley Road, Paoli, PA 19301;
(610)647-2530, ext. 127; fax (610)651-0219, e-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org; website: www.daylesford.org.
See our web ad at www.VocationNetwork.org.
See ad on page 139. Code #289.
Norbertine Fathers and Brothers (O. Praem.)
[Canons Regular of Premontre]—St. Moses the
Black Priory Have you thought that your life might
be different, more meaningful and more directed
toward God? Wondered how your own particular
talents and gifts might be enhanced in service to
the Church? Looking for ways to give witness to
peace and justice? To reduce conflicts between
and among all people? Come, see the diversity