R The Redemptorists (C.Ss.R.) [Congregation of the Most Holy Re-deemer] 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: firstname.lastname@example.org,
718-321-1394. See our online ad at Vocation-
See ad on page 123. 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, foreign missionaries,
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 or East of the Mississippi
River contact Fr. Dominic Tran, S.D.B., Salesian
Vocation Office, 148 Main Street, New Rochelle,
NY 10802 914-636-7445; info@SalesiansOfDon-
SalesiansOfDonBosco.org; If you are West of the
Mississippi River contact the Salesian Vocation
Office, 13856 Bellflower Blvd., Bellflower, CA
90706; 562-925-1973 ext. 205; info@Salesian-
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 multicultural and fully embrace the Spirit of
Vatican II with compassion for all. 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 and prison chaplaincies,
youth ministry, counseling, campus ministry,
communications, music, and specialized ministries. Members serve in the Archdioceses of
Milwaukee, Indianapolis, New York City, St.
Petersburg, and Washington D.C. and in the
Dioceses of Bismarck, Birmingham, Green Bay,
Brooklyn, Nashville, Oakland, Orlando, Phoenix, St. Cloud, Sacramento, Venice, Wilmington
and Tucson. American Salvatorians serve in the
Philippines; Rome; and Tanzania East Africa.
Contact: Vocation Director; 262-780-0841 x160;
works of mercy. Please contact our Vocation
Director at 740-946-9000 or email: twohearts1@
mac.com, after seeing the requirements listed on
our website at heartsofjesusandmary.org.
P allottines (S.A.C.) [Society of the Catholic
Apostolate]—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, assisting lay and religious alike to answer the call to be
apostles of Christ. We are more than 2,300 priests
and brothers in 54 countries working in many
apostolates: missionary work, evangelization, parish ministry, education, prison ministry, retreats,
youth ministry, lay formation, and hospital and
military chaplaincies. St. 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 feel a call within yourself to find out more,
we invite you to contact our vocation office: Immaculate Conception Province (Eastern United
States): website: sacapostles.org; email: Vocation@
sacapostles.org; 1-800-APOSTLE; or mail: Vocation
Director, Pallottine Vocation Office, P. O. Box 5399,
West Hyattsville, MD 20782.
See ad on page 106. Code #239.
Passionists (C.P.) See Congregation of the
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 BustedHalo.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, N Y 10019-1104; 917) 830-5537
or 212-757-4260; email: email@example.com;
website: www.paulist.org/vocation. See our online
ad at VocationNetwork.org.
See ad on page 148. Code #114.
Priests of the Sacred Heart
(S.C.J.) We are 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 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; 800-
609-5559; email: firstname.lastname@example.org;
website: www.scjvocation.org. See our online ad at
email@example.com. See our online ad at
Servants of the Paraclete (s.P.) Founded in 1947
by Fr. Gerald Fitzgerald, sP, our Congregation
has helped more than 5,500 clergy and religious
through residential programs based on Eucharistic Adoration, spiritual direction, psychological
counseling, and fraternal life in common. We
remain committed to our Roman Catholic faith
and encourage fidelity to the magisterium of the
church. Currently we serve in Jemez Springs, New
Mexico and Dittmer, Missouri in the U.S. and in
Mt. Carmel House of Renewal, Rest, and Recreation in Tagaytay City, Philippines, and at Sacred
Heart House of Prayer near Da Lat, Vietnam.
We have student Houses in Ho Chi Minh City,
Vietnam and in the Archdiocese of Cape Coast,
Ghana. If you are interested in knowing more
about the Servants of the Paraclete, please contact:
Very Rev. David T. Fitzgerald, s.P., P.O. Box 450,
Dittmer, MO 63023; email: servantgeneral@aol.
com; website: www.theservants.org.
Societe des Missions Africaines
(S.M.A.) or 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 in its totality through a variety of ministries including: parish work, catechetical programs, healthcare, education, ministries with
street children, people with disabilities, refugees,
leprosy patients, AIDS ministries, and development and relief programs. Our ministries are a
response to the needs of the local Church. You
are invited to make a wholehearted, unconditional offer of your life at the service of the
Gospel of Jesus. Please contact: S.M.A. Vocation
Office, 23 Bliss Avenue, Tenafly, NJ 07670. Or call
S.M.A. Vocation Director for Priesthood candidates: 917-679-6984 or S.M.A. Vocation Director
for Lay Missionaries: 201-496-8394. Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org or (for Lay Missionaries): email@example.com. Please
visit our website: www.smafathers.org. See our
online ad at VocationNetwork.org.
See ad on page 133. Code #136.
Society of Jesus (S.J.) See Jesuits.
Society of Mary (S.M.) See Marianists and
Marist Fathers and Brothers.
Spiritans (C.S.Sp.) [Congregation of the Holy
Spirit] For over three centuries Spiritans have
crisscrossed the globe—living particularly among
people who are suffering, being a pastoral presence
and advocate for justice, and teaching the message
of the Gospel. In parishes, schools, and missions
we go where there is a need, bearing God´s Spirit of
joy and hope. Today Spiritan priests and brothers
are over 3,000 strong, an international congregation on an adventure of the Spirit. We are committed to the poor, dedicated to justice, open to all
cultures, and grounded in community and prayer.
Vocation Office, 6230 Brush Run Road, Bethel
Park, PA 15102-2214; 412-831-0302; email:
firstname.lastname@example.org; website: www.spiritans.
org. See our online ads at VocationNetwork.org.
See ad on page 145. Code #164.
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