Society of the Catholic Apostolate (SCA)
Société de l'Apostolat Catholique (Pallottins)
Società dell'Apostolato Cattolico (Pallottini)
Societas Apostolatus Catholici (SAC)
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1835-04-04 Rome Italy
4 Apr 1835, Rome (Italy), by St Vincent Pallotti, as a Catholic group of clerics and lay people leading a community life without vows. Originally named Pious Union of the Catholic Apostolate, which received papal approval in 1835. The clerics involved formed the Congregation of the Catholic Apostolate which was reinstated as the Pious Society of Missions in 1854. Approved 22 Jan 1904. Original name restored in 1947. Also referred to as Pallottine Fathers and Pallotines. Originated the Schönstatt Marian apostolic movement.
Maintain missions; carry out a variety of pastoral activities.
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