"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

Spiritan Professor’s Article Highlights 10-Year Journey of Peace Studies Program

Fr. William Headley, C.S.Sp.’s article, “An Oasis of Peace,” was recently published in Kroc Peace Magazine, an annual publication for the University of San Diego’s Joan B. Kroc…

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Arkansas Parish Honors Spiritan Legacy

Seven years after Bishop Anthony B. Taylor delivered this homily on the feast of Corpus Christi June 6, 2010 at St. Joseph Church in Conway,  a new parish…

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“Adopted” Seminarians

For the past two years four Spiritan seminarians studying for the priesthood at the St. John Paul II Institute in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have been…

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Growing Numbers, Growing Needs in Vietnam

The years of work in Vietnam led by Provincial Fr. Pat Palmer, CSSp., Fr. Trinh Le, CSSp. and Fr. Frederic Rossignol, CSSp., Fr. Duc Luong, CSSp., Fr. Quoc…

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