Our mission is to preserve the faith in areas and among people who are spiritually neglected and abandoned, especially the poor. Living our lives as Missionary Servants, we seek to glorify God and to follow in the footsteps of the apostles who, filled with the Holy Spirit, desired to spread the knowledge and love of Jesus.
Serving the Poor
Across the United States, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Costa Rica, Colombia, and Honduras, Missionary Servants are working – in inner city ghettos and in immigrant communities, on Native American reservations, in tropical rain forests, and in rural Southern towns. Our priests and Brothers serve in parishes as pastors, chaplains, and counselors. We walk with those who feel abandoned, alone, and marginalized, we minister to the sick, the elderly, the incarcerated, the addicted, and the troubled.
Wherever we are, we guide, form, and minister to lay missionaries to bring the Gospel to their work places, schools, neighborhoods and communities. We work together with more than 900 lay missionaries, 200 women religious, 30 members of an apostle institute, and over 100 missionary cenacle volunteers who share one single apostolic vision: the preservation of the faith, developing a missionary spirit in the laity, and helping every Catholic become an apostle.
We are looking for men who are willing to help us continue this mission, and for those who are exploring the possibility of religious life… is that you?