Salvatorians are called by God to be apostles for our times, making the Savior known to all people. Priests and Brothers are making a significant difference in the world by living as apostles in today’s culture, following the charism of Father Francis Jordan as they minister, and proclaiming that Jesus is Savior. They collaborate internationally with their Salvatorian Family of Priests, Brothers, Sisters and Lay members to fulfill their mission.
The Salvatorians are making a mark by the dynamic way they proclaim the Gospel, and with their welcoming spirit of hospitality. The Salvatorians are a beacon of light in the Church and the world, as dynamic teams from all branches of the Family work together in a spirit of unity and cooperation.
Inclusivity is a hallmark of the Society. Bridges of justice and peace are built within and beyond the Salvatorian community so that more people may know the goodness and kindness of Jesus the Savior.
Salvatorian priests and brothers are members of the Society of the Divine Savior, a Catholic religious community founded in 1881. Our priests and brothers carry the Word of God all over the globe, ministering wherever there is a need: parishes and schools, hospitals, nursing homes, prisons, and communities under duress. The U.S.A. Province is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and international headquarters are in Rome.
(Information provided by the United States Province. Visit http://www.salvatorians.com/.)