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.
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.
You doing well in Africa, I am a Nigerian catholic Seminarian here in the Philipine, I belong to a Religious order. I will like to be having the cisa news in my email if posible. Please pray for me as my priestly ordination comes up March 25, 2019. Thanks and God bless you. Rev. Moses Obinna ive.
Hi Moses,I hope you are doing well in Philippine. Kindly send us your Email address through which you wish to receive CISA news. We keep you in prayers Moses.
we also want to join
Please send us CISA NEWS.
We freely distribute African Diaspora, Black Catholic audio video material, which was formerly sponsored, distributed, and assisted by the now defunct Los Angeles Archdiocese Black Catholic Vicariate, Fr. Fisher Robinson S.V.D. (R.I.P) and Dr. marian Davis Fussey, M.A., Administrator (R.I.P). and St. Brigid catholic Church, Los Angeles(Rosary, Stations of the Cross, prayers, devotions et. al).
I’m a kenyan and would like to get way forward of becoming a Seminerian under this category
i salute the consolata fraternity for their evagelization in africa especially in kenya.
DEAR fr, I would like to join your congregation. am from Nigeria. a graduate in philosophy, nce, etc. pls fr help me.
we are ugandans who need to join the family of the consolata missionaries
send a reply no my gmail in order to reach u easiear since in uganda we dmt have a gmail for the society of the missionaries