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Devotion to St. Justin de Jacobis in Eritrea and Ethiopia

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.

July 26: Arrival of Felix de Andreis, C.M., Joseph Rosati, C.M., and companions in the U.S.

They sailed to Baltimore, MD, primarily to establish a seminary in the Louisiana territory.

Rip Van Winkle Waking Up In a “Post-COVID World”

We haven’t been awake to how digital technology is changing the landscape of our lives.

Bishop Andrew E. Bellisario, CM Named New Metropolitan Archbishop of Anchorage-Juneau

Pope Francis named the current bishop of Juneau and apostolic administrator for Anchorage, Andrew E. Bellisario, CM as the new metropolitan archbishop of Anchorage-Juneau.

New Congregation of the Mission Province in Vietnam

New Congregation of the Mission Province in Vietnam

Members of the Congregation of Mission in Vietnam will have a happy reunion at the end of this lunar year. Vincentians will have a very special Tet holiday (lunar year festival), a memorable spring. This Vice-Province in Vietnam will become a new Province. Rev. Tomaž...

July 30: Feast of St. Justin de Jacobis, C.M.

July 30: Feast of St. Justin de Jacobis, C.M.

Some Background on Christianity in Ethiopia and Eritrea Based on biblical references and traditional accounts, we can say that the Christian faith was introduced in the coastal areas of Eritrea during the first centuries of Christianity. From 1555 to 1632, many Jesuit...

January 25: The Congregation of the Mission Is Born

January 25: The Congregation of the Mission Is Born

The origin of the Congregation of the Mission is inseparable from the personal vocation of Vincent de Paul. In January 1617 Vincent [...] was asked to go to Gannes, a village that was part of the de Gondi estate, in order to hear the confession of a dying man. He...

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