"The evangelization of the ‘poor’ is our purpose. Therefore we go especially to peoples, groups, and individuals who have not yet heard the message of the Gospel or who have scarcely heard it, to those whose needs are the greatest, and to the oppressed. We also willingly accept tasks for which the Church has difficulty in finding workers." (Spiritan Rule of Life, #4)

Spiritan News

Spiritan Hits the Road Tending to Flock

LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS — September 11, 2017 Father Benoit Mukamba, CSSp., pastor at St. Mary Church in Helena and four other parishes, was honored for 25 years of…

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Jacques Laval

Feast of Blessed Jacques Laval Honors the Apostle of Mauritius

On September 9, we celebrate the Feast of Blessed Jacques Laval to honor the “Apostle of Mauritius,” a man who worked tirelessly to empower and care for a…

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Afrique, a l’ombre des dieux

Recently Published Book Highlights Spiritan History in Africa

BETHEL PARK, PA – August 14, 2017 We are pleased to share news of the recent publication of Afrique, a l’ombre des dieux, a stunning collection of visual…

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Spiritans At Marian Days

HOUSTON, TEXAS—August 10, 2017 The Marian Days (Vietnamese: Đại Hội Thánh Mẫu, officially các Ngày Thánh Mẫu) is the main festival and pilgrimage for Vietnamese American Roman Catholics….

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