Congolese immigrant leads Canadian Region

“What binds us is our common heritage as Dehonian religious, which has no particular face or color except to the extent that we are worthy spiritual sons of Fr. Leo John Dehon.”
– Fr. Gustave Lulendo
Fr. Gustave receives a blessing from Fr. Paul
On January 16, Fr. Gustave Lulendo, SCJ, was installed as regional superior of […]

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Please pray for my brother’s recovery from being neglected in a nursing (well Springs, Las Vegas) He has been left attended by staff, developed septic and went into renal failure. When this was finally realized taken to emergency room where doctors said had they waited any longer he might have died. He has a huge […]

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Please pray for my son Craig who is coping with terrible effects of chemo treatments for colon cancer every other Tuesday until April 2019.
Thank you and God Bless you

Weekly News: January 14, 2019

Going beyond the theoretical
In 2018, SCJs in active ministry came together for a Provincial Conference. The theme? How to live and minister together in a US Province that looks much different than even just a few years ago. It is a province that is filled with diversity: Dehonians from all over the world bringing the […]

God leaves no one behind

Former Army chaplain reflects on preaching to the military and their families
Fr. Mark
“Essentially, for those of us who have a duty to preach, we must intimately know our people,” said Fr. Mark Mastin, SCJ. For many years, Fr. Mark’s “people” were members of the military and their families; he is a retired military chaplain. He […]

Weekly News: January 7, 2019

We are a nation (and a congregation) of immigrants
“It has been 25 years since I first set foot on American soil,” wrote Fr. Vien Nguyen, SCJ, in the North American Story of Immigration. “The journey that led me to the United States is incredible. I spent days on a small, fragile fishing boat crossing the […]