The Congregation was born on Christmas Eve 1800 when Pierre Coudrin and Henriette Aymer de Chevalerie pronounced their vows. It grew out of their experiences during the French Revolution and a shared vision of a community of men and women sharing the message of God's unconditional love.
To make the Kingdom of God present, we seek the transformation of the human heart and we endeavor to be agents of communion in the world. We work for a just and reconciled society. We are available to the needs and demands of the Church wherever we are sent. - Constitutions, Art 6
Photo GalleryView photos from recent SS.CC. events.
Congratulations to Deacon Br. Saia Fainga'a on his ordination to the diaconate.
A short video highlighting events at the spring festival of Queen of Peace Parish, Harlingen, Texas
The latest newletter from the SS.CC. in India
Accolades to our 2023 diamond and golden jubilarians.
Br. Marc Roque, ss.cc. assembled 600 rosaries for the Diocese of Tonga
Congratulations to our newly ordained, click their photos to read a short bio