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See ad on page 149. Code #145.
Servants of Mary, Friars (O.S.M.)
Founded in 1233, we bring the compassionate presence of Christ to the world
through lives lived in community, serving
the needs of others in a variety of ministries, while
looking to Mary as the example of life and service.
The Servite Friars, together with Servite religious
sisters, cloistered nuns, Servite Seculars and other
lay groups, form an international community of
over 15,000 members. For more information on the
Servite Friars please contact the Vocation Ministry
Office 1952 W. La Palma Ave, Anaheim, CA 92801;
855-OSM-1233 (855-676-1233); e-mail: Vocaemail@example.com; website: www.servite.org.
See ad on page 30. Code #159.
Servants of the Paraclete (s.P.) We are a religious
congregation of priests and brothers who dedicate
our lives to Christ by assisting fellow priests and
brothers who are in need of psychological, spiritual, and vocational support. Founded in 1947 by
Fr. Gerald Fitzgerald, s.P. our Congregation has
helped more than 5,500 clergy through residential
programs based on Eucharistic Adoration, psychological and spiritual counseling, fraternal life
in common, and fidelity to the Church. Currently
this ministry is being carried out in the USA and
the Philippines. We also have a student house in
Ho Chi Minh City and hope to open a house of
prayer near Da Lat, VN soon. God willing we will
also open a house in West Africa within the next
few years. If you are interested in finding out more
about the Servants of the Paraclete, please contact:
Very Rev. David T. Fitzgerald, s.P., PO Box 450, Dit-tmer, MO 63023; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org;
website: www.theservants.org. You will receive a
Societe des Missions Africaines
(S.M.A.) or translated Society of African Missions is an international community of 1,200 missionaries: Priests,
Brothers, Associate Priests and Lay Missionaries.
We are committed to living the Gospel among our
brothers and sisters in Africa and those of African
descent, with a special concern for the poor and
marginalized wherever we are serving. We strive
to witness by our lives to the Gospel of Jesus Christ
R 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 most
abandoned, especially the poor. We share Christ’s
love in the US and abroad through ministry in
parishes, retreat houses, and parish missions, as
well as in special apostolates with migrants, prisoners, and young adults. Like the apostles, we live
and work together. We combine our prayers and
deliberations, our labors and sufferings, our successes and failures, our talents and material goods
in service to the Gospel. For more information,
visit our website: www.redemptoristvocations.
com or contact the Vocation Office: vocations@
redemptorists.net, (718) 321-1394. See our web
ad at vocationnetwork.org.
See ad on page 33. Code #135.
S 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 lives to Christ,
the Church, and the young. As a Salesian priest or
brother, you will work with young people—
journeying with them toward a deeper relationship
with Christ. Salesians serve in various capacities
of evangelization and education as youth and
campus ministers, teachers, guidance counselors,
mentors, and friends to the young and the poor. We
live in community, pray, and work together for a
common mission. There are currently over 15,000
Salesians serving young people in 132 countries.
In the United States and Canada, the Salesians
operate youth oriented parishes, high schools,
boys and girls clubs, and retreat houses. If you are
in Canada and East of the Mississippi River contact
Fr. James Berning, S.D.B., Salesian Vocation Office, 518-B Valley Street, Orange, NJ 07050; (973)
761-0201; e-mail: email@example.com;
website: www.salesiansofdonbosco.org; If you are
west of the Mississippi River contact Fr. Jose F.
Lucero, S.D.B., Vocation Office, 13856 Bellflower
Blvd., Bellflower, CA 90706; (626) 674-2675; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; website: www.
See ad on page 87. Code #117.
Salvatorians (S.D.S.) [Society of the Divine
Savior] The Salvatorians were founded to use “all
ways and 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
with compassion for all. Our members collaborate
closely with the Salvatorian Sisters, the Lay Salva-
torians and the people we serve. We are involved
in parishes, foreign missions, education, hospital
and prison chaplaincies, youth ministry, counsel-
ing, campus ministry, communications, music and
specialized ministries. Members serve in the Arch-
dioceses of Milwaukee, Madison, New York City,
Portland, St. Petersburg and Washington D. C. and
in the Dioceses of Bismarck, Birmingham, Green
Bay, Santa Rosa, Brooklyn, Nashville, Oakland,
Orlando, Phoenix, St. Cloud, Sacramento, Venice,
Wilmington and Tucson. American Salvatorians
serve in the Philippines; Rome, Italy; and Tanzania
East Africa. Contact us at vocations@salvatorians.
com; (414) 258-1735 ext. 304; 1735 N. Hi Mount
Blvd., Milwaukee, WI 53208-1720; website: www.
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in its totality through a variety of ministries—in-
cluding parish work, catechetical programs, health
care, education, ministries with street children,
people with disabilities, refugees, Leprosy patients,
AIDS Ministries, development and relief programs.
Our ministries are a response to the needs of the
local Church. You are invited to make a whole-
hearted, unconditional offer of your life at the
service of the Gospel of Jesus. Please contact:
S.M.A. Vocation Coordinator, 23 Bliss Avenue,
Tenafly, NJ 07670; Phone: (201) 567-0450 ext. 250
or Cellphone: (201) 496-8394; e-mail: vocations.
email@example.com. Please visit our website: www.
See ad on page 41. Code #136.
Society of Mary (S.M.) (See Marist Fathers and
Society of St. Paul The Society of St. Paul is a
congregation of priests and brothers founded by
Blessed James Alberione bringing Christ to the
world today through the means of communication.
The priests and brothers share a common life style
and profess the vows of poverty, chastity, obedience
and fidelity to the Pope. They are fortified by daily
meditation, mass, liturgy of the hours and an hour
of Eucharistic Adoration so that by living Christ
they may give Christ to others through their apostolate. Paulines imitate St. Paul, who preached and
wrote about Jesus Christ, to spread the good news
of Jesus Christ in the most rapid and far reaching
ways. Paulines preach Christ through books, magazines, tapes, videos, CD’s, radio, television and the
Internet around the world. Contact: Society of St.
Paul, Vocation Office, 2187 Victory Blvd., Staten
Island, NY 10314; (718) 865-8844; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; website: www.vocationoffice.org.
Somascan Fathers and Brothers (C.R.S.) The
Somascan Fathers and Brothers minister at the
following facilities: Pine Haven Boys Center, a
residential treatment center for disadvantaged boys
ages 7-15 in Allenstown, NH; Assumption Catholic
Church and Christ the King Catholic Church in
Houston, TX. Both parishes have a strong presence of immigrants from Latin America. Also in
Houston, Somascan Hall, the House of Formation
next to the Christ the King Church. All vocation
inquiries should be addressed to Fr. Remo Zanatta,
CRS, Vocation Director: (713) 880-8243; e-mail:
email@example.com. For more information
please visit: www.somascans.org.
See ad on page 45. Code #120.
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