The Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity — MSBT — are celebrating their 100th year. In 1918 they were officially incorporated in the State of Alabama. Their spirituality is deeply imbued with the spirit of St. Vincent. Their founder, Fr. Thomas Augustine Judge, CM., asked them to have a practical spiritual life, suggesting practices of simplicity, charity, patience, kindness, devotion to the providence of God, hope, the practice of the presence of God, developing dependence on God, devotion to the Most Blessed Sacrament, humility, prudence, faith, gratitude, and devotion to the Cross.
Join the MSBT in celebrating!
- Get to know more about them and their history of evangelization and service.
- Read about their “leading lights.”
- Watch a documentary about their beginnings.
- Find out about what’s planned to celebrate!
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The MSBT are part of the larger Missionary Cenacle Family. Learn more about the history of this branch of the Vincentian Family in the timeline below.
After you’ve read and closed the introduction, click and drag the timeline to see more.
For more timelines like this, visit this page on VinFormation.