Order of the Servants of the Sick (Camillians)

Ordre des Serviteurs des Malades (Camilliens)
Ordine dei Chierici Regolari Ministri degli Infermi (Camilliani)
Ordo Clericorum Regularium Ministrantium Infirmis (MI)

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1582 Rome Italy


1582, Rome (Italy), by St Camillus de Lellis, as a Catholic religious order of men. Approved by Sixtus V in 1586. Raised to the status of Order in 1591 by Gregory XIV. Also known as Clerics Regular, Ministers of the Sick -- Clercs Réguliers Serviteurs des Malades -- Chierici Regolari Ministri degli Infermi. Runs F-XF0866 - International Institute for the Pastoral Theology of Health Care, which includes a union of religious clerics and lay brothers Fathers and Brothers of St Camillus.


Assist and be at the service of the sick in the totality of their being; maintain nursing homes, hospitals, almshouses and welfare centres.


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GOAL 1: No PovertyGOAL 3: Good Health and Well-beingGOAL 4: Quality EducationGOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth



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