"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

Fr. Adrien Hebert, C.S.Sp., Enters Eternal Life

Fr. Adrien Hebert, C.S.Sp., of Bethel Park, a member of the Congregation of the Holy Spirit, died peacefully on March 19, 2018, at Marian Manor, Greentree, Pennsylvania after…

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Reception Held at Duquesne University for Spiritan Authors with Recently Published Books

The Spiritan Community at Trinity Hall held a reception on March 13 in honor of four confreres who have had books published in the last year. The event…

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Spiritan U.S. Province to Host Generalate Members from Rome

The Congregation of the Holy Spirit U.S. Province will be pleased to welcome for a visit Fr. Maurice Shortall, C.S.Sp., and Fr. Alain Mayama, C.S.Sp., members of the…

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Teacher at Spiritan-run School in Dayton Shares Her Experience ‘Accepting God’s Call’

DAYTON, OHIO – “Accepting God’s Call” by Brittany Ravestein On the first day of school I felt the usual emotions of a new job. Anxiety, eagerness, enthusiasm, and…

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