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Salvatorian Archives

WELCOME TO THE SALVATORIAN ARCHIVES

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Exciting news from Rome about our Founder - Venerable Francis Jordan!

    To read about Francis Jordan's Path to Beatification (1942-2020), CLICK on the graphic above or on THIS LINK.

 

FROM THE PAGES OF SALVATORIAN HISTORY

Check out our quarterly history focus by clicking on the graphic above or at THIS LINK.
 

SALVATORIAN HISTORY ARTICLES & PHOTO EXHIBITS OF INTEREST

Other Salvatorian articles and resources

To read more about our community's history and charism,
see the Resources section of our Salvatorian Family website:

https://www.salvatorianfamily.us/resources/

 

AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE IN
THE SALVATORIAN STORE

DVD - Memories of St. Nazianz -
Salvatorian Seminary


DVD - Memories of Blackwood -
Mother of the Savior Seminary


DVD - Memories of Lanham -
Divine Savior Seminary


DVD - The Passion of the Savior
Using photos from the annual 
Passion Plays of SDS schools.

The above videos can also be 
viewed on our YouTube channel.

 
On Whose Shoulders We Stand -Necrology of the USA Province
Flash Drive / CD-Rom / Printed

Eucharistic Whisperings -
Eight-Volume Series (digital)

Flash Drive or CD-Rom

The Salvatorian Archives are located
in the tall tower of St. Pius X Church,
a Salvatorian Family parish in
Wauwatosa, Wisconsin.
 

 


Alphabetical List of
Deceased Members
of the USA Province


 

Available for Download

From the SDS China Missions -
Fukien District (1922 - 1949)

These four original art pieces were created in the late 1940's.

(PDF files are scanned for 11" x 17"
but can print smaller if desired -
Click on artwork's NAMES below to download.)

PROCLAMATION (upper left)
Water-color by Li Tian Duo

NATIVITY (lower left)
Oil-on-silk by unknown artist

HOLY FAMILY (upper right)
Water-color by Li Tian Duo

MADONNA & CHILD (lower right)
Water-color by Li Tian Duo