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Vocation Ministry

Consider being a Viatorian brother or priest.

We are an international community, with provinces in Spain, Canada, the United States and Chile. There are also Viatorian foundations in Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Colombia, the Ivory Coast, Haiti, Honduras, Japan, Peru and Taiwan. Viatorians also continue to serve as a delegation in France.

Members of the United States province serve primarily in Illinois, Nevada and in the foundation of Colombia, with a number of men ministering in several other states.
We are asked to adore and love Jesus through liturgy, catechizing, community and prayer.


The spirituality of our founder, that he encourages us to live by is:

“Adored and loved by Jesus”

For information, please contact Br. John Eustice, CSV:

Call: 847-894-8537

Vocation in the Catholic Church (Article)

Call to Religious Ministry (Article)

The Clerics of St. Viator are religious priests and brothers sent by the Catholic Church to teach the faith and proclaim Jesus Christ as Gospel. In parishes, schools and a variety of ministries, Viatorians work with Christian communities to live, deepen and celebrate their faith.

We are a Roman Catholic religious community of priests and brothers. We share community life as a witness to the Gospel and as support for us in our service with the people of God. Together with our lay associates, we keep the mission and vision of Father Querbes alive in the world.

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