June 28, 2017

Consolata Missionaries

We are an international religious and missionary family of about 1,000 priests and brothers, 900 sisters and lay people consecrated for life to the missions. We work with local churches to help them mature in faith, become self-sufficient in personnel and ministries. We help the poor and marginalized populations in society around the world to improve their living conditions through provision of health care, education, food production, skills training, clean water, humanitarian aid during emergencies, infrastructure, etc.

 Our Origin

Blessed Joseph Allamano, founded a congregation of Priests and Brothers in 1901. The need for feminine aspect within the work of evangelization for non-Christians gave birth to the foundation of the Consolata Sisters in 1910.We can therefore, note that the Consolata missionaries consist of priests, brothers, sisters and laity. The founder placed both congregations under the special protection of the Virgin Consolata. From the very beginning, the aim of the society was to gather together young priests, clerics and lay men who wanted to dedicate themselves to the mission in order to prepare them and make them fit for the work of evangelization in those regions that would be assigned to the society or congregation by the Holy See.

6 Responses to “Consolata Missionaries”
  1. GARBA TITUS says:

    Dear fr,iam Garba Titus i hail from benue state of nigeria,fr i may like to join your congregation i finished my secondary school with eight credit in waec including English and Mathematics and christian religious knowledge,fr i will be happy if iam well given a consideration.Thanks in anticipation Yours in christ GARBA TITUS

  2. Greg Omeje says:

    Fr, I have gone through the history and mission of the congregation and sincerely desire to be part of the Consolota Family.
    My names are Omeje Gregory Anayo. I am from Enugu state, Nigeria.
    I prayerfully anticipate a favorable consideration of my interest.
    Yours in Lord
    Omeje Gregory A

  3. marie cooper says:

    is Father Francis Pinilla still in Ethiopia ?
    We would love to be in touch again
    Marie and Paul Cooper

  4. Fr. Am Vincent kato says:

    Greetings to you Fr. Am Vincent kato from Uganda. I wish to be admitted to the congregation, am working with Vision fund Uganda and World Vision. I did philosophy and i have a degree. On my knees i humbly love to join the congregation. God bless you +256783437177

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