Order of St. Camillus PREACH THE
GOSPEL, HEAL THE SICK. St. Camillus
was a soldier of fortune, gambling addict
and sinner. He was called by God and
now more than 400 years later, The Order of St. Camillus has been called to “Preach the Gospel” and
“Heal the Sick.” We are a worldwide Order of more
than 1, 100 Roman Catholic men in 30+ countries
who serve the sick in traditional and diverse new
ways as brothers and priests. Joyfully accepting the
challenge of witnessing to the merciful love of
Christ, we continue to bring hope and compassion,
following in the footsteps of our founder St. Camillus de Lellis who said, “the poor and the sick are the
very heart of God.” Our brothers and priests serve
as physicians, nurses, chaplains, technicians, social
workers, therapists, administrators, and other allied
health care professionals. Visit us: www.camillians.
org. Write us: email@example.com. Call us:
414-259-4595. Order of St. Camillus 10101 W. Wisconsin Ave., Wauwatosa, WI 53226.
See ad on page 113. Code #093.
Order of the Blessed Virgin Mary of
Mercy ( O.deM.) [Mercedarian Fri-ars] One of the ancient Orders of the
Men, between the ages of 18-40, who desire to live
a life centered in Mary and her Son, to pray the
rosary daily in common, live in community with
one’s “brothers” based upon the Rule of St. Augustine, have a deep love for the Magisterium and in
preserving the Faith by catechesis, are invited to
contact the Director of Vocations, Fr. Scottston
Brentwood, 6398 Drexel Rd., Philadelphia, PA
19151; (215) 879-0594; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; website: www.orderofmercy.org.
Order of the Sacred and Immaculate Hearts of
Jesus and Mary We are a Eucharistic, Marian and
contemplative community consisting of priests,
brothers, and sisters, who are consecrated to the
Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of
Mary and wear a full habit. In addition to Holy Mass
our daily schedule includes: 15 decade Rosary ( 20
on Thursday), Divine Mercy Chaplet, Liturgy of the
Hours, and time for silent adoration, before Our Lord
Jesus, truly present in the Blessed Sacrament. After
being filled with the love and mercy of Our Savior, we
go forth to be His reflection to others through various
corporal works of mercy. Please contact our Vocation
Director at (740) 946-9000 or e-mail: twohearts1@
mac.com, after seeing the requirements listed on our
website at: www.heartsofjesusandmary.org.
P allottines (S.A.C.)—Immaculate Conception
Province Founded by St. Vincent Pallotti in 1835,
the Society of the Catholic Apostolate works with
the Church to revive faith and rekindle charity,
empowering lay and religious alike to answer the
call to be apostles of Christ. We are more than 2,400
priests and brothers working in many apostolates:
parish ministry, education, prison ministry, retreats,
youth ministry, lay formation, and hospital and
military chaplaincies. Pope John Paul II spoke of
the Pallottines as “a bridge between the clergy and
Hours. Our service include Sacramental Ministry
in local parishes, Spiritual Direction, Chaplaincies,
Outreach to the homeless and migrant workers. We
invite men ages 20-45 to contact us if you wish to
discern a Norbertine vocation. For more informa-
tion contact Fr. John Joseph Novielli, O. Praem., 220
South Valley Road, Paoli, PA 19301; (610) 647-2530,
ext. 127; e-mail: email@example.com; website:
See ad on page 16. Code #289.
Norbertine Fathers and Brothers (O. Praem.)
[Canons Regular of Prémontré]—St. Norbert
Abbey The Norbertines of St. Norbert Abbey (The
Premonstratensian Fathers and Brothers) are dedicated to living a communal, active-contemplative
lifestyle according to the Gospel of Jesus Christ while
following the Rule of St. Augustine. We profess Solemn Vows, committing ourselves to the apostolic life
and a promise of on-going conversion of our ways.
Our membership consists of 60 men living primarily
at St. Norbert Abbey in De Pere, WI, but also living
at our House of Formation in Chicago and at our
dependent priory in Raymond, MS, near Jackson. As
Canons Regular, our first ministry is living the common life devoted to the sung choral office (Morning
and Evening Prayer), daily Eucharist, Midday Prayer,
and common table. From our community life flow
various ministries including pastoral and sacramental
ministry, education and administration at St. Norbert
College and Notre Dame de la Baie Academy, parochial ministry at parishes incorporated in or entrusted
to our community, hospitality and retreats, advocacy
for and ministry to the poor and marginalized, and
numerous unique ministries as needed in the local
Church throughout the Archdiocese of Chicago, the
Archdiocese for the USA Military, and the Green Bay
and Jackson Dioceses. Qualified candidates ordinarily have or are in the process of completing a college
degree, and are ready and willing to live unselfishly
in a communal lifestyle. Contact the Vocation Coordinator, 1016 N. Broadway, De Pere, WI 54115; (920)
337-4333, fax: (920) 337-4328; e-mail: vocations@
norbertines.org; websites: www.norbertines.org and
See ad on page 59. Code #110.
O blates of the Virgin Mary
(O.M.V.) The Oblates of the Virgin Mary
are a religious community of priests and
brothers serving in 9 Countries. Living
the charism of their Founder, the Venerable Fr. Bruno
Lanteri, (1759 - 1830) they cultivate a deep personal
relationship with Jesus through His Word and in the
Eucharist. The Oblates are consecrated to Mary and
profess a strong adherence to the Magisterium and
love for the Holy Father. Also with a great love for
and distribution of the Mercy of God in the Sacrament
of Reconciliation, their apostolic goals include: the
formation of the laity and the clergy, combating
modern errors in faith and morals, upholding solid
doctrine, giving the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius
and parish missions, individual spiritual direction
and the formation of spiritual directors, the diffusion
of Catholic teaching through books and other means
of communication, and foreign missionary activity.
Preferred age: under 40. Education: At least some
college preferred. USA Province communities are
located in Boston MA, Milton, MA, Alton, IL, Venice,
FL, Denver, CO, Golden, CO, Hawaiian Gardens, CA,
Cebu and Antipolo, Philippines. Vocation Director,
Fr. Jeremy Paulin, OMV, 1105 Boylston Street, Boston,
MA 02215; (617) 869-2429; e-mail: vocations@
omvusa.org; website: www.omvusa.org.
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 feel a call within yourself to find
out more, we invite you to contact our vocation
office: Immaculate Conception Province (Eastern
United States): 1-800-APOSTLE; website: www.
sacapostles.org; e-mail: Vocation@sacapostles.org;
or mail: Vocation Director, Pallottine Vocation Office, P.O. Box 5399, West Hyattsville, MD 20782.
See ad on page 169. 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 serving in other countries.
Interested in male candidates, 18-40 years old. Holy
Cross Province: Fr. Christopher Gibson, C.P.; (773)
266-1942; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org;
website: www.passionist.org. St. Paul of the Cross
Province: Fr. Lee Havey C.P.; (561) 626-1300; e-mail:
email@example.com; ; website: www.thepassionists.
org. See our web ad at vocationnetwork.org.
The Paulist Fathers (C.S.P.) The Missionary Society of St. Paul the Apostle
(The Paulists) founded by Servant of
God Isaac Hecker, is the first North
American community of priests. Paulists minister
through their mission of Reaching Out (
Evangelization), Bringing Peace (Reconciliation), and Seeking
Unity (Ecumenism and Interreligious Relations).
Paulists are in metropolitan areas across the United
States. We serve as campus ministers and parish
priests. We lead parish missions, and publish
through Paulist Press. We proclaim the Good News
through Paulist Evangelization Ministries and work
in media-related endeavors through Paulist Productions. We find young adult seekers through Bust-edHalo.com. Training includes a year novitiate and
graduate theological studies in Washington, DC.
Contact: Fr. Dat Q. Tran, C.S.P., Director of Vocations, 415 West 59th Street, New York, NY 10019-
1104; (800) 235-3456 or (212) 757-4260; e-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org; website: www.paulist.org/
vocation. See our web ad at VocationNetwork.org.
See ad on page 61. Code #114.
Priests of the Sacred Heart
(S.C.J.) The Priests of the Sacred Heart
(SCJ) of Jesus is an apostolic community of men dedicated to pray and service to the poor. We join together in local communities to serve parishes, schools, and those in need
while focusing on community, adoration and Eucharist. We minister in several different locations
across the United States. Worldwide, we are in over
40 countries, so the possibility of foreign missionary
work is possible. Foreign missions that the United
States Province support includes Africa, India,
Philippines, Indonesia, and Vietnam. Vocation Director, P.O. Box 206, Hales Corners, WI 53130-0206;
toll free (800) 609-5559; e-mail: vocationcentral@
wi.twcbc.com; website: www.scjvocation.org.
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