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New Viatorian Priest Ordained in France

New Viatorian Priest Ordained in France

In a Mass steeped in tradition and great joy, Fr. Philippe Arnal, CSV, was ordained May 9 at the Cathedral of Rodez,  He is the first Viatorian priest ordained in France since 2008. The Mass drew a capacity crowd, including many diocesan priests and Viatorians,...

A Solemn Eucharistic Celebration Being Planned

A Solemn Eucharistic Celebration Being Planned

Fr. André Crozier, General Secretary, was received by the Archbishop of Lyon on Tuesday, March 30, 2021. As referent of the Postulator, he wished to exchange with Archbishop Olivier de Germay about the "solemn Eucharistic celebration that should be planned, in which...

Villa Manrèse Rises From the Ashes

Villa Manrèse Rises From the Ashes

Excitement in the Foundation of Haiti is building. Not only are vocations on the rise, but Villa Manrèse, the retreat center in Port-au-Prince that collapsed in the earthquake of 2010, is now under construction. "At the time of the earthquake, Villa Manrèse was the...

New Colombian Brother Professes First Vows

New Colombian Brother Professes First Vows

Vocations continue to grow in Colombia, where Viatorians arrived 60 years ago this year. Br. Luis Pedroza, CSV, was the latest to join the Viatorian Community when he professed his first vows on Tuesday. Fr. Pedro Herrera, CSV, who was delegated by Fr. Daniel Hall,...

Christmas 2020

Christmas 2020

        Dear Brothers and Sisters, On behalf of all the members of the General Council, I am happy to send my warmest Christmas greetings and best wishes for a Happy and Healthy New Year. May this season bring you blessings and joy. The past nine...

New Professions in Haiti Bring Great Joy

New Professions in Haiti Bring Great Joy

Viatorians have served in Haiti since 1965 and since that time the number of religious vocations continues to grow. The latest professions came earlier this year, during August and September. Yet, as 2020 winds down, the Foundation of Haiti continues to give thanks...