Clerics Regular of Somasca (Somascan Fathers)
Ordre des Clercs Réguliers de Somasque
Orden de los Clérigos Regulares Somascos (Padres Somascos)
Ordine dei Chierici Regolari di Somasca (Padre Somaschi)
Ordo Clericorum Regularium a Somascha (CRS)
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1534, Somasca (Italy), by St Jerome Emiliani. The Compagnia dei Servi dei Poveri approved by Paul III in 1540, was reorganized as a religious order by Pius V in 1568. For 8 years, in the 16th century, was amalgamated with Congregation of Regular Clerics (CR). Also referred to as Order of Somascan Fathers -- Orden de los Padres Somascos -- Ordo dei Padri Somaschi.
Provide education: for orphaned and abandoned youth; in primary, intermediate and advanced level schools. Improve rehabilitation of drug addicts and the disabled. Organize pastoral apostolate in parishes.Available with paid subscription only.
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