Societas Missionariorum a Sancti Joseph (MJ)

Missionnaires de Saint Joseph de Mexico
Missionari di San Giuseppe nel Messico
Missionaries of St Joseph of Mexico

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History

19 Sep 1872, Mexico City (Mexico), by José Maria Vilaseca, as a clerical religious congregation. Pontifical approval received 27 Apr 1903.

Aims

Maintain missions for the indigenous people; provide education to children and youth at all levels.

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Activities

The main activity is the missionary activity among indigenous populations of Mexico and Latin America as well as missions ad gentes in Angola. Maintains 66 houses, missions, colleges and parishes in 10 countries and houses of sacerdotal and religious training in Angola, Chile, El Salvador, Mexico and Venezuela. Publishing activities.

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Members

Members in 10 countries
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

UIA Org ID

R9773

Last News Received

11. Apr 1996
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