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Lay Salvatorians

About Us

Inspired by Fr. Francis Jordan. Committed to apostolic work, by whatever means and gifts we have. Drawn to a Community that meets regularly to challenge personal growth, pray, and socialize.

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The Lay Salvatorians are part of the International Community of the Divine Savior, inspired by the charism of Fr. Francis Jordan. They are dedicated to making the Savior known through all ways and means, embracing diverse vocations to serve the mission of Christ.

Ministry Work
Lay Salvatorians engage in various apostolic works, utilizing their individual gifts and talents. They focus on evangelization, social justice, education, and pastoral care. Their work includes community outreach, support for the marginalized, and collaboration with Salvatorian priests and sisters in their ministries.

Daily Life and Mission
Daily life revolves around prayer, personal growth, and community involvement. Lay Salvatorians regularly meet for spiritual enrichment, mutual support, and social activities. Their mission is to live out the Gospel in everyday life, making Christ known through their actions and service.

Vision and Goals
The Lay Salvatorians aim to foster spiritual growth, community engagement, and social justice. Through their diverse ministries, they strive to embody the values of the Gospel and support the broader Salvatorian mission. Their commitment to prayer, service, and community ensures they remain a vibrant source of inspiration and support, working towards a more just and compassionate world.

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