paulist.org; website: www.paulist.org/vocation. See our
web ad at www.VocationNetwork.org.
See ad on page 57. Code #114.
Piarists (Sch.P.) Youth is Our Concern! Founded
by St. Joseph Calasanctius in 1617, Piarists profess
a special fourth religious vow to educate youth,
especially the poor. Our schools are concerned with
both the spiritual and academic achievement of our
students. Our motto, Pietas et Litterae, expresses
both our work and charism. We are an International
Order in 32 countries, and in the United States are
represented in Kentucky, New York, Philadelphia,
Washington DC, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Puerto
Rico, and Los Angeles. We have schools, parishes,
Spanish ministries, foreign missions, a summer
mission in Mexico, and a school and Appalachian
Mission in eastern Kentucky. Rev. David Powers,
Sch.P., Vocation Director, 99 Martha’s Vineyard,
Prestonsburg, KY 41653; (610) 564-8893; e-mail:
email@example.com; website: www.piarist.info.
See ad on page 107. Code #195.
PIME Missionaries [ The Pontifical Institute f o r F o r e i g n M i s s i o n s ] PIME is an International Society of Apostolic Life of priests and brothers who dedicate their lives
to the mission among non-Christians in foreign
countries. We strive to be creative in our missionary
presence, proclaiming the Gospel and promoting
dialogue among religions and cultures. Working
among the poorest people in the world, we are engaged
in human development, promotion of peace and
justice, and pastoral care of newly founded Catholic
communities. The initial formation for candidates
takes place in the North American region at our House
in Detroit. Our formation and training program is
flexible. We are able to adapt our program to meet the
needs of each individual as much as possible,
according to one’s academic background and life
experiences. Check us out at www.pimeusa.org. PIME
Missionaries, 17330 Quincy St., Detroit, MI 48221;
(313) 342-4066; fax: (313) 342-6816; e-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org; website: www.pimeusa.org.
See ad on page 127. Code #134.
Priests of the Sacred Heart (S.C.J.) We are an
apostolic international congregation of Brothers,
Deacons, and Priests inspired by the mystery of
God’s love expressed in the heart of Christ. Fr. Leo
John Dehon, our founder, was convinced that the
best way to respond to our experience of God’s love
is by reaching out to those around us and helping
them to experience that same love in their own lives.
This often means addressing unjust situations and
circumstances that prevent people from reaching
their full potential. Much of our work in the U.S. is
with the poor and working class. Foreign missions are
available. We prefer candidates 18-40 (will consider
to age 45) with religious and/or social involvement,
a solid academic background, and appropriate work
history. Vocation Director, P.O. Box 206, Hales
Corners, WI 53130-0206; toll free (800) 609-5559;
fax: (414) 529-3377; website: www.scjvocation.org.
See our web ad at www. VocationNetwork.org.
See ad on page 85. Code #116.
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 poor and most
abandoned. Our work in parishes, retreat houses,
parish missions, and foreign countries, as well as
special apostolates, e.g. migrants, prisoners, and
young adults, serves as pathways for Christ’s love.
Like the apostles we live and work together; we
combine our prayers and deliberations, our labors
and sufferings, our successes and failures, and our
talents and material goods in service to the Gospel.
For more information, visit our website: www.
redemptoristvocations.com or contact the Vocation
office: Fr. Richard S. Bennett, C. Ss.R.; e-mail:
email@example.com; telephone: (617) 817-
9425. See our web ad at www.VocationNetwork.org.
See ad on page 11. Code #135.
The Salesians of Don Bosco (S.D.B.) Missionaries among young people. 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 whole life to Christ, the church, and
the young. As a Salesian priest or brother you will be a
missionary among young people at home and abroad,
and journey with them toward a deeper relationship
with Christ. Salesians serve in various capacities of
evangelization and education: youth and campus
ministers, teachers, coaches, technical instructors,
guidance counselors, mentors, and friends to the
young.... We live in community, pray and work together
in a common mission. Currently, over 15,500 of us are
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. Contact information: East of the Mississippi
and Canada: Fr. Dominic Tran, S.D.B., Salesian
Vocation Office, 315 Self Place, South Orange, NJ
07079; (973) 761-0201; e-mail: info@
salesiansofdonbosco.org; Facebook: salesian.vocations;
website: www.salesiansofdonbosco.org; West of the
Mississippi: 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:
See ad on page 13. 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 Salvatorians and
the people we serve. We are involved in parishes,
foreign missions, education, hospital and prison
chaplaincies, youth ministry, counseling, campus
ministry, communications and music, and specialized
ministries. Our members serve in the Archdioceses
of Milwaukee, Portland and Washington, and in
the Dioceses of Bismarck, Birmingham, Green Bay,
Harrisburg, LaCrosse, Nashville, Oakland, Orlando,
Phoenix, St. Cloud, Sacramento, Savannah and
Tucson. American Salvatorians are also serving in the
Philippines; Rome, Italy; and Tanzania, East Africa.
Contact us at email@example.com; (414) 258-
1735 ext. 104; 1735 N. Hi-Mount Blvd., Milwaukee, WI
53208-1720; website: www.salvatorians.com. See our
web ad at www.VocationNetwork.org and check out our
FACEBOOK site at www.facebook.com/salvatorians.
See our web ad at www. VocationNetwork.org.
See ad on page 7. Code #145.
Servants of Charity (S.C.) Our priests and brothers
strive to imitate Jesus, the Good Samaritan, by bringing
the Father’s healing love to the suffering in body and
spirit. Founded by Saint Louis Guanella in 1908, we are
now represented in 19 countries. Our Province (United
States, Philippines, Vietnam and India) provides “Bread
and Lord” especially to people with developmental
disabilities as well as serving abandoned children, the
elderly, children in need, and parishes. The Servants of
Charity also have a ministry known as the Pious Union of
St. Joseph, an association of the faithful praying, through
the intercession of St. Joseph, for the suffering and
dying. We seek men hungry to live a life of personal
love of God expressed in prayer, community life,
simplicity, hospitality, compassion toward the suffering,
and in communion with the teaching and tradition of
the Catholic Church in its entirety. We offer a life of
“Prayer and Suffering” lived within a community of
sinners who want to be saints. Fr. Dennis M. Weber,
S.C., 1795 South Sproul Road, Springfield, PA 19064;
(484) 474-2467; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org;
See ad on page 107. Code #118.
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 10,
Jemez Springs, NM 87025; (575) 829-4138; e-mail:
email@example.com; website: www.theservants.
org. You will receive a warm welcome.
Society of African Missions (S.M.A.) We are an international community of 1,200 missionaries: priests, brothers, and laity. Our ministry is among the different
peoples of Africa and those of African descent. At this
time there is not a program for brothers in the United
States. We come from Africa, Argentina, Europe, India,
the Philippines, and North America. With over 150
years of missionary service, we strive to witness by
word and life to the gospel of Jesus Christ in its totality
through a variety of ministries. These include parish,
health care, education, street children, people with
handicaps, refugee relief, and village development
ministries. S.M.A. Vocation Director: Deacon Keith
McKnight, S.M.A., 23 Bliss Avenue, Tenafly, NJ 07670;
toll free, (888) 250-4333 or (201) 567-0277; e-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org; website: www.smafathers.
org. See our web ad at www.VocationNetwork.org.
See ad on page 38. Code #136.