Alexian Brothers (C.F.A.) Alexian
Brothers is an 800 year old lay, apostolic congregation dedicated to prayer
and serving our fellow man facing a
variety of today’s challenges. We are
committed to doing God’s work by actively providing love and compassionate care to the marginalized among us. Working in a variety of
ministry settings, we reach out to serve the needs
of the poor, elderly, hungry and incarcerated as
well as those challenged by mental and physical
illness. By living in community, we continue to
live a way of life through which we provide
spiritual support and work towards social justice
for those we are called to serve. Ordinary Men
Leading Extraordinary Lives. Vocation Director,
3040 W. Salt Creek Lane, Arlington Heights, IL
60005; 1-847-463-8904; e-mail: vocations@
alexian.net; website: www.alexianbrothers.org.
See our web ad at VocationNetwork.org.
See ad on page 156. Code #141.
Augustinian Friars (O.S.A.)—Mid-
west Province of Our Mother of
Good Counsel and Province of St.
Joseph, Canada The Midwest and
Canadian Provinces of the Augustinians are composed of 100 plus brothers and
priests. We currently have 12 men in initial formation. The Augustinians trace their spiritual roots
to St. Augustine, a 5th century Bishop and Doctor
of the Church. Augustine writes in the very beginning of his Confessions, “You have made us for
Yourself, O Lord, and our hearts are restless until
they rest in You.” Augustinian life is a shared
journey to God, a life of contemplation and action, prayer and service. Our ministries include
but are not limited to: secondary education, parish ministry, foreign missions, care for the sick
and elderly, hospital chaplaincies, counseling,
shrine ministry and retreat ministry. We currently minister in Illinois, Michigan, Oklahoma,
Wisconsin, and the United Nations, in addition
to our missions in Peru and Japan. Vocation Director: Fr. Tom McCarthy, O.S.A., Vocation Office,
St. Thomas Monastery, 800 E. Lancaster Ave.
Villanova, PA 19085; 610-519-4674; e-mail: voca-
email@example.com; website: www.
augustinianvocations.org. Latino inquirers please
contact: Fr. Jorge Cleto, O.S.A.; St. Nicholas of
Tolentine Parish; 2345 University Ave. Bronx, N Y
10468; (978)-837-2749; e-mail: luiscasso@yahoo.
com. See our web ad at vocationnetwork.org.
See ad on page 99. Code #207.
Augustinian Friars (O.S.A.)—Province
of St. Thomas of Villanova The Villanova Province consists of 175 plus friars
living in communities in Massachusetts,
New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Florida
with missions in Japan and Peru. With two institutions of higher learning, two high schools, and
a number of parishes along the East Coast, we
friars are found in various types of ministries and
settings, working with the People of God and
striving to be united in mind and heart intent
upon God as St. Augustine challenges us. We
currently have 12 men in initial formation. Vocation Director: Fr. Tom McCarthy, O.S.A., St.
Thomas Monastery, 800 Lancaster Ave., Villanova,
PA 19085; (610) 519-4674; e-mail: vocations@
augustinian.org.; website: www.augustinianvoca-
tions.org. Latino inquirers please contact: Fr.
Jorge Cleto, O.S.A.; St. Nicholas of Tolentine
Parish; 2345 University Ave. Bronx, NY 10468;
(978)-837-2749; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
See our web ad at vocationnetwork.org.
See ad on page 99. Code #207.
Augustinian Monks of the Primitive Obser-
vance ( O.S.A.Prim.) “Our hearts are restless
until they rest in you.” Do you have a pioneer
spirit? Perhaps the Lord is calling you to be a
consecrated man and join with us as a monk in
giving yourself totally to God in a life of monas-
tic contemplative prayer, joyful brotherhood,
and in building up our Monastery in Florida.
Augustinian Monks of the Primitive Observance,
Mother of the Good Shepherd Monastery, 2075
Mercers Fernery Road, DeLand, FL 32720;Tel:
(386) 736-4321; e-mail: monks@augustinian-
Augustinians of the Assumption (A.A.) The
Assumptionists are a worldwide congregation of
almost 900 religious priests and brothers located
in 30 countries. We are experiencing an uptick in
vocations among men inspired by our simple yet
expansive motto: “Thy Kingdom Come.” What
makes us unique? We’re traditional in insisting
on the essentials: love of Jesus Christ before any
other devotion, and love of his Body the Church.
We embrace the Rule of St. Augustine and such
monastic values as study, contemplation, silence,
fraternal life, and common prayer. But we’re also
apostolic, and so we seek to renew society using
a language and means that will reach the people
of our day. We focus on education in all its forms:
university education, but also journalism, ecumenism, foreign missions, parishes, youth and
campus ministry, the dialogue between faith and
culture, and more. Join us as we transform lives
and transform society. Come and see! www.as-
sumptionists.us/vocations. Contact: Fr. Ronald
Sibugan, A.A., Emmanuel House, 512 Salisbury
Street., Worcester, MA 01609; 617-991-8335;
Barnabite Fathers and Brothers
(C.R.S.P.) [Clerics Regular of St.
Paul] The Barnabite Fathers, the
Clerics Regular of St. Paul, inspired
to follow the spirit of St. Paul by their
founder, St. Anthony M. Zaccaria, profess solemnly the vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience and live in communities that, from our beginnings in 1530, have been characterized by an
intense life of interior renewal, centered on Christ
Crucified and on the Eucharist, by a remarkable
communal spirit, and dedication to spiritual renewal whose true purpose is the genuine honor
of Christ, genuine availability to one’s neighbor
and profound humility. We serve in the United
States, Canada, Asia, Europe, and South America
in a variety of ministries including Spiritual Centers, parishes, Our Lady of Fatima Shrine, NY,
education, and the missions. For information see
our website: www.barnabites.com or contact Rev.
Peter M. Calabrese, C.R.S.P., P.O. Box 167,
Youngstown, NY 14174-0167; (716) 754-7489;
e-mail: BarnabitesUSA@fatimashrine.com. See
our web ad at vocationnetwork.org.
See ad on page 108. Code #254.
Benedictine Monks (O.S.B.), Col-
legeville, MN—Saint John’s Ab-
bey Saint John’s Abbey is a Catholic
Benedictine monastery of 120+
monks living, praying, and working
together amid 2900 acres of woods, lakes, and
prairies in central Minnesota. Our Apostolates
include: parish ministry, chaplaincies, guest-
house, spiritual retreats, woodworking, Saint
John’s Preparatory School, Saint John’s Univer-
sity, the graduate School of Theology and Semi-
nary, the Liturgical Press, the Hill Museum and
Manuscript Library, and more. A monk of Saint
John’s lives a life steeped in the rhythm of prayer,
work, and community life according to the Rule
of Saint Benedict. This includes both private and
community prayer, lectio divina, daily Eucharist,
daily work, community meals, and fellowship
together. Brother Paul-Vincent Niebauer, O.S.B.,
Vocation Director, Saint John’s Abbey, Box 2015,
Collegeville, MN 56321; (320) 363-2548; e-mail:
email@example.com; website: www.abbeyvoca-
tions.com. Preferred age for monastic candidates:
23-43. Education: high-school diploma, mini-
mum. See our web ad at vocationnetwork.org.
See ad on page 36. Code #132.
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