Missionaries of the Merciful Love of the Heart of Jesus

Missionarias do Amor Misericordioso do Coração de Jesus (MAMCJ)

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History

27 Dec 1992, by Father Giulio Gritti, as a secular institute within Congregatio Sacerdotum a Sacro Corde Iesu (SCI), following a proposal, 21 Apr 1985.

Aims

Announce the merciful love of the Heart of Jesus through practising a reparatory spirituality through spiritual unity with the Dehonian family; lead all mankind to take on, live in and grow in grace.

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UIA Org ID

R0286

Last News Received

2010
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