Season of Giving Gifts
We want to express gratitude for the generous gifts we receive this time of year. Your support makes our ministries possible. And, during the holidays, we are especially aware of your generosity. Thank you! May the blessings of the Season fill your hearts with His love all year long.
As we enter the Season of Giving and remember the gift of the One who comes among us, we encourage you to look back over the year to recall your own blessings and offer a prayer of thanks.
My Thanksgiving Gift
Long after the turkey is gone... This season of Thanksgiving continues.
We have a strong trust in Divine Providence, and with your faith and trust in us, we stand ready to serve all people without distinction. We are grateful for the opportunities to collaborate with others in fulfilling our mission through justice and peace advocacy, chaplaincies, education, and the formation of new priests and brothers.
Take time to reflect, pray and note all which you can be thankful for, even challenges can be blessings in disguise.
What are you grateful for?
Donation for my Thanksgiving Gift
Giving Tuesday - November 28th
Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday. And now, Giving Tuesday.
Giving Tuesday held November 28th this year is a global day of giving where you can help make a difference for organizations that are meaningful to you. Your gift to the Salvatorians will make a difference for our priests and brothers and their ministries across the globe.
Donation for Giving Tuesday
My Christmas Gift
Our Salvatorian brothers and priests are able to do what they do thanks to your prayers, open hearts and generous spirit.
We are humbled by the on going prayers and support which sustain us.
We are called to be apostles for the renewal of the Church and the world, and we invite others to discover and respond to their call to be apostles.
We advocate for justice and peace, standing with the poor and marginalized. We support one another through mutual love and service.
We are servant-leaders, involving others in our mission.
We include as members of the Society people from every nation, and we are open to serve the people of any nation.
We live a simple lifestyle, becoming one with those we serve, especially the poor.
We rejoice in the fullness of life and trust in Divine Providence