Instituto Español de Misiones Extranjeras (IEME)
Spanish Institute for Foreign Missions
Institut Espagnol pour les Missions Etrangères (Missions Etrangères de Burgos)
Istituto Spagnolo per le Missioni Estere
Institutum Hispanicum pro Missionibus Exteris
1 Oct 1899, Burgos (Spain), as Colegio de Ultramar y Propaganda Fide. Name changed, 3 Dec 1920, to 'Seminario Nacional de Misiones', following elevation by Benedict XV, 30 Apr 1919, to the rank of National Seminary for Foreign Missions. Title changed, 18 June 1947, to Institut Espagnol de Saint François Xavier pour les Missions Etrangères -- Instituto Español de San Francisco Javier para Misiones Extranjeras -- Istituto Spagnolo di Santo Francesco Saverio per le Missioni Estere -- Institutum Hispanicum Sancti Francisci Xaverii pro Missionibus Exteris. Definitively approved 18 Oct 1989.
Assist secular priests of Spanish dioceses of to give concrete expression to the missionary dimension of their ministerial priesthood and dedicate themselves for life, or for a number of years, to missionary activity in other countries.Available with paid subscription only.
Members work in teams, carrying out activities under the authority of local bishops. Directorate-General in Madrid (Spain) is responsible for training programmes, facilities and other services that assist the missionary life and activities of members.
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Members in 16 countries
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