A brief presentation of the biography of St. Justin de Jacobis.
Articles in Congregation of the Mission
Feast Day: July 30 Long after Justin’s death, Cardinal Massaia, who had ordained him, stated: After 35 years I can...
This Monday, July 26, is the anniversary of the arrival of Felix de Andreis, C.M., Joseph Rosati, C.M., and companions...
In this Coffee Break, Fr. Bob Gielow, CM, talks about some reasons to “celebrate”, and offers some practical suggestions for Lent.
As part of a lecture given at the Centre International de Formation (CIF), Father John E. Rybolt, C.M. outlines the history of the apostolic activity of the Congregation of the Mission. Thank you to DePaul University for posting the Selected Works of Fr. Rybolt...
In this video Father Luigi Mezzadri, CM, Vincentian historian, recounts the context surrounding the life of St. Vincent de Paul and his inspiration to establish the Congregation of the Mission.
St. Vincent soon realized that the fruit of the popular missions would quickly vanish unless there were good priests to continue conducting them; so, he makes seminary work a part of the purpose of his Congregation.
The first Missionary Vocation Festival began on September 1st and was attended by more than 300 people via Zoom from the five continents.
“To be with God and with the People of God”: the mission of the newly ordained priests in the Province of Vietnam
The Vietnamese Province of the Congregation for the Mission continues to reap the fruits of its intense vocation ministry.
St. Justin de Jacobis, C.M. (feast day: July 30) faced and overcame many challenges and hardships. His humility, goodness, and charity inspired vocations to the priesthood and converted many others in 19th century Abyssinia.
They sailed to Baltimore, MD, primarily to establish a seminary in the Louisiana territory.
A very skilled film-maker has submitted a documentary on Pedro Opeka’s work in Madagascar.