Vocation Profile - Auxiliaries of the Blessed Sacrament

Auxiliaries of the Blessed Sacrament

Sr. Pauline Labrecque a.b.s.
Administrator
916 Bluff Street
Beloit, WI 53511

608-466-3326
pamala31@juno.com

International?Yes
Professed members21
Year founded1966
Generalate/motherhouseChia (Cund), Colombia, S.A.
Province/federationUnited States

(Arch)dioceses
Madison, WI
International
Colombia
Mission
The purpose of this congregation, dedicated and consecrated to the clergy, is to honor and glorify Jesus the Sovereign High Priest, in the Eucharist and in His priests and thereby serve Holy Mother Church: a) by forming adorers "in spirit and in truth" who perpetually offer themselves up to Jesus the Eternal Priest in the Blessed Sacrament for the sanctification of priests; b) by providing zealous and dedicated auxiliaries to meet the needs of priests through their apostolate of prayer and service.
Qualifications
High school completed; attraction and zeal for adoration of the Blessed Sacrament; special love for the priesthood.
Formation
Formation consists of postulancy, novitiate, temporary profession, and then permanent profession. Formation is undertaken In Colombia, South America.
Age range/limit
18-35
Belated vocations?
Yes: Each case is studied individually; there may be exceptions.

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