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Nurturing vocations around the world

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A priestly vocation is a gift not to be squandered. In developing countries, however, families can be challenged when a son feels called to the priesthood. A seminary education is expensive. Families are afraid to give up a wage-earner. But God continues to call young men, and they, thankfully, continue to answer. Diocesan seminaries in India, Bangladesh, Thailand, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea and the Philippines have willing students who need sponsorship for their studies.

 

The Native Seminarian Sponsorship Program of the PIME Missionaries gives young men the practical support they need to study for the priesthood in their native countries. A monthly contribution of $20 helps provide tuition, books, and room and board at diocesan seminaries, providing priests for the future in the developing countries served by PIME.

The cost of sponsorship? Small. The result? A priest for life.

 

The PIME Missionaries
17330 Quincy Street
Detroit,MI 48221-2749
(313)-342-4066
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