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MCP 2021 Group 5 Pallottine Fathers and Brothers

MCP 2021: Pallottine Fathers and Brothers

On this page you'll find information about Group 5: Pallottine Fathers and Brothers

Mission Appeal Video

Please click here for the Mission Appeal Video for the Pallottine Fathers and Brothers

Mission Appeal Text

Mission Appeal Images

Below are some images from the mission group.
(If you are a parish representative and would like the images emailed to you, please contact wmo@archmil.org)

To download the image files (.jpg format), please do the following:

On a PC

  • Hover your mouse over the name link under Image Description (orange text to the left of the thumbnail)
  • Right click on your mouse and choose, "Save Link Target As" or "Save Link As"
  • Your file directory will open up
  • Choose where you wish to save the file

On a Mac

  • To open a new tab of the image, simply click on the name link (orange text to the left of the thumbnail)  -or-
  • To open a new window of the image, hold down the Shift key as you click on the file name link
  • Then, in the new tab or window, under the File menu, choose "Save Page As" to save the file to your computer. 
Image Description Image Thumbnail
India Boarding School Project India Boarding School
India Church Project India Churches
Zambia Health Clinic Zambia Health Clinic
Zambia Seminary Zambia Seminary

Donation Link

We now offer a secure, online system to process your MCP donation. To donate by credit card to the MCP appeal for Group 5: Pallottine Fathers and Brothers, click here.

If you prefer to donate at Mass or through your parish, please make your check payable to your parish and mark the memo MCP Group 5. Please contact your parish office directly to inquire how to turn in your check. 

 

Mission Appeal Text


Pallottine Fathers and Brothers: Serving the Poor Around the World

Our Ministry

The Pallottine Fathers and Brothers is a religious community of Catholic priests and brothers founded by St. Vincent Pallotti in 1835. Dedicated to spreading the faith and bringing God’s infinite love to the poor, the Pallottines serve in 57 countries around the world, including the United States. In 2021, the Pallottines are celebrating 100 years of ministry in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and serving in 21 parishes in southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois.

 

Our Mission Focus Abroad

  • Arunachal Pradesh, India

    The people of India need a Boarding Home for girls and a Village Chapel.
  1. Boarding Home for 75 girls:  $75,000
  2. Village Chapel:  $15,000

    Pallottines are committed to evangelizing the tribal people living primitively in the foothills of the Himalayas. With 13 priests and 80 villages, priests sometimes walk for 2-3 days on foot, encountering landslides and challenging vertical terrain, to celebrate sacraments, catechize children, and encourage women involvement. To meet the needs of the growing faithful, Pallottines hope to construct one village chapel per year. We need $15,000 to build one village chapel with a sturdy roof and long-lasting materials like brick for 100 parishioners. To promote the importance of girls receiving an education, the Pallottines hope to build a Boarding Home for 75 more girls. With parents being uneducated and financially impoverished, we need $1,000 per year for each female student to provide an education, living expenses, and catechesis.  
  • Zambia, Africa

    The people of Zambia need a Health Clinic and a Seminary/Seminarian Fees.
  1. Health Clinic:  $60,000
  2. Seminary and 5 Seminarian Fees:  $124,000

    At the Pallottine’s Marian Health Post, one Pallottine Sister who is a certified nurse, along with an aide, have provided care for 7,312 sick out of one small room during the past 3 years. Cramped for space and not having the proper medical facilities, the Pallottines want to build a Health Clinic to better help people with HIV/AIDS and other illnesses. $25 gives 100 people much-needed medical check-ups. $60,000 can build a Health Clinic with hospital beds, ultrasound machines, a pharmacy, and multiple consultation rooms with an indoor waiting area. To train priests native to the area, the Pallottines hope to build a Seminary and offer scholarships to 5 seminarians to cover their $4,800 yearly expenses for living and tuition costs. A seminary would need to be built for $100,000 to accommodate more seminarians.  
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