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Container arrives in Syria

For Achraf and other Syrian refugees who have settled in the U.S., the joy felt in finally getting their families to safety is tempered by the memories of all those left behind. But it is through these relationships that the Salvatorian Mission Warehouse (SMW), located in New Holstein, Wisc. is able to get relief goods into Syria when very few organizations are successful.

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Children in Syria received Land's End©
winter coats from a recent shipment.


Reaching millennials in campus ministry

Whether it is on a secular or religious campus, helping young adults find ways to embrace, and live their Catholic faith daily is clearly at the heart of this ministry. The Society has three men serving in campus ministry, with combined years of service spanning 70 years! 

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Fr. Mike Neeland SDS ordained in 2017, now serves
in campus ministry at the Florida Institute of Technology (FIT)


United in Christ | Unidos en Cristo

At the Salvatorian-led parish of Mother of Good Counsel (MGC) in Milwaukee, Wis., implementation of a Spanish Mass more than two years ago helped attendance take off, as well as a meaningful Hispanic ministry. 

Fr. Reed Mungovan SDS serves as the administrator at the parish, and has an affinity to the Spanish language that started back in middle school. However it was in seminary school that he received the push he needed, when his mentor, and fellow Salvatorian, Fr. Raúl Gomez capriciously signed him up for a minor concentration in Spanish. “Despite my hesitation, I was being an obedient servant,” he said with a laugh. “So, I just did it!”


Fr. Reed, Marco Melendez, Novice Liam Helms and Dcn. Sergio celebrate with Maria at her quinceañera at MGC parish


Karibu! | Welcome!

Welcome to Fr. John Tigatiga who replaces  Fr. Ferdinand Lukoa. Fr. Lukoa returns to his home in Tanzania, after serving more than three years in the USA mission office. 
Fr. Tigatiga, born in the Dar es Salaam region of Tanzania, joined the Salvatorians as a candidate in 2005 and made his first vows in 2007 in Namingo. He continued his religious formation, making his perpetual vows in 2014 and later that same year, was ordained a deacon. 

He was ordained a priest in 2015, and immediately delved into his various ministries, which ultimately landed him in the USA earlier this year, to embark on his newest assignment as Mission Director in the USA province.  




Fr. John Tigatiga  SDS
USA Mission Director


Return from Africa

Fr. Jim Weyker SDS has returned home from his ministry in Tanzania, Africa which spanned more than 25 years! Fr. Jim was the last American Salvatorian Priest serving there. He served in many parishes throughout Tanza­nia. His last years there included serving the sisters in Masasi and taking care of his cashew grove.


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Fr. Jim in his cashew grove. 


A stand out person

When Louinel was a small boy in Haiti, managers of the Salvatorian-led Haiti Project took him under their wing. They found him a sponsor, which, in turn, opened the door for Louinel to attend the recently opened school in the village of Garcin. “Louinel was always friendly. As we started to spend extended periods of time in Haiti, he would come and visit us regularly,” said Denise Snyder SDS. “He would help me practice my Creole, share meals with us and play dominos in the evenings.” 


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Louinel helps the children who come to the library


Finding more ways to help

A Salvatorian priest, along with the director of our Mission Warehouse and his wife, the president of South­west Medical Aid and a mission nurse (all of whom are, or soon will be, Lay Salvatorians) gathered together to fly to Tanzania, Africa. The group had high hopes of establishing stron­ger relationships with our Tanzanian Pro-Province and finding ways to help provide medical supplies needed at various clinics and out­stations.


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Dave, Fr. Joe and Michael spending some time with the kids.


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