Congregation of the Missionaries of St Charles, Scalabrinians
Congregación de los Misioneros de San Carlos, Scalabrinianos
Congregação dos Missionarios de São Carlos, Escalabrinianos
Congregazione dei Missionari di San Carlo, Scalabriniani
Congregatio Missionariorum a Sancto Carolo (CS)
1887-11-28 Piacenza Italy
28 Nov 1887, Piacenza (Italy), by blessed John Baptist Scalabrini, as a clerical religious congregation. Constitution approved 15 Aug 1948. Also known as Scalabrini Fathers and Pious Society of the Missionaries of St Charles for Migrants (PSSC) -- Missionnaires de Saint Charles.
Provide pastoral care to migrants and refugees.
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