About Us

 

Father Jordan called upon his followers to use "all possible means" to proclaim our Savior's Good News.

And the following Stories of Ministry are but a few of many that reflect the apostolic work of the Salvatorians.

 

 

The Haiti Project of Riviere Mancelle

If we are to realize the dream of a future where the Haitian people are no longer dependent on aid, but truly free and providing for their own needs, these children are the ones who will make the difference, and to do this they must have an education."...(more)

 

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Meet the Salvatorians

"Salvatorian priests and Brothers are members of the Society of the Divine Savior, a Catholic religious community founded in 1881.

We partner as equals with the other members of the Salvatorian Family-the Congregation of the Sisters of the Divine Savior and Lay Salvatorians."...(more)

 

 

Salvatorian HOPE Newsletter

Salvatorian Patric Nikolas met many new friends while
working in Columbia over the summer.

 

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In the Mission Warehouse -

Impacting the poor and hungry throughout the world - serving 27 Missions in 11 countries (more)

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The history of the Salvatorian Mission Warehouse

The Salvatorian Mission Warehouse began in 1961 in a room a little larger than a walk-in closet. In the years since, it has grown into an operation that serves scores of missions in dozens of countries. Brother Regis, is quick to share credit for its success with Salvatorian Sister Dora Zapf (they call each other "boss") ...(more)
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He Loves to Tell the Story

Author of ten books on spirituality and the Christian life, and a self-described "storyteller," ...(more)

 

 

Novena Schedule

November 21 to 29
Presentation of the Blessed Virgin
December 25 to January 2
Our Savior's Birth
January 6 to 14
Epiphany
Printable 2017 Novena Schedule
Mission Statement
Founded in 1881 by Father Francis Jordan, the Society of the Divine Savior is a Roman Catholic religious community, praying and working to share the love and mercy of our Savior, Jesus Christ, through all possible means.

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Salvatorians answer this calling through
many diverse ministries, including-
-Pastors in parish ministry
-Hospital, nursing home, and prison chaplains
-Foreign missionaries
-Campus ministers
-Teachers and administrators
-Friends and counselors to youth at risk
-Communities under duress