how we serve

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Daily Lives

Lay Salvatorians pledge to live out the Gospel values by using our gifts to spread the love of Jesus through all ways and means.  We serve in our daily lives at work and at home and minister to all whom we encounter.  The diversity of the Lay Salvatorians enables us to connect with people where a Religious person might not be able to reach. 

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Working Together

Lay Salvatorians are one of the three branches of the Salvatorian Family along with the Sisters of the Divine Savior and the Society of the Divine Savior. Together we work on many projects to improve the quality of life around the world. 

Our projects

The Haiti Project

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A partnership between those of us living in the first world and the impoverished people living in the remote, rural mountains of northern Haiti. 

Jordan Ministry

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The Jordan Ministry Team includes trained formators, catechists, and spiritual directors who are dedicated to forming Catholic leaders. 

Project Light of Manatee

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An organization in Florida dedicated to providing English language instruction to adult speakers of other languages so that they may become productive members of our community. 

Salvatorian Mission Warehouse

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Started by a Salvatorian Brother more than 50 years ago, SMW is now overseen by two Lay Salvatorians and sends over one million pounds of relief goods to missions around the world each year. 

Southwest Medical Aid

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SMA is a humanitarian distributor of reclaimed medical supplies located in Tucson, Arizona. Staffed and operated solely by volunteers, this organization accepts, sorts, and redistributes donations of medical goods locally and around the world. 

TACT

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The Teen's and Children's Team (TACT) is a Salvatorian social justice group focused on the plight of vulnerable children and teens. The group's team members include Salvatorian priests, sisters, brothers and laity who are dedicated to be a voice for this vulnerable population.