Welcome to the Xaverian Missionaries!

In this season of Peace and God’s abundant and all-encompassing Love, Xaverians extend our heartfelt wishes for a Blessed Christmas and a New year filled with hope for a better world for all.

Cherishing All God’s Children


 View and download multifaith prayers to end racism


CLThe Year of Consecrated Life

We have a New Section dedicated to the Year of Consecrated Life. Read the Pope’s Letter and find more resources.


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Check out our Events page and also our Parish Resource page.


News from theGYM

Ajourney of Nine DaysTake a meditative Journey of Nine Days to discover Mission Ad Gentes and Xaverian Missionaries Consecrated Life.


Mission Banquets in MA, NY and WILes Kostera, Fr. Alex and Dan Castle Franklin2014MB

Xaverian Missionaries celebrated mission awareness and involvement all across the country where friends from our three centers gathered for our annual Mission Banquets. It is a time to celebrate friendships, our common call to the mission of the Church and an opportunity to share in our work globally. Discover more.


BelivievornoctConversations Among Humanists, Atheists and Religious Believers

The Xaverian Missionaries began the COMMON GROUND PROJECT last year through an international conference that brought 50 atheists and religious believers together in Scotland. It is an attempt to bring humanists, atheists and religious believers together in a dialogue and a search for common ground.

Our next “Atheist/Theist Meetup” will be Sunday, December 28, 3 pm at our  Provincial House in Wayne, New Jersey.

If you are interested in joining us, register here. Check out and share our Common Group Social Network: CG Facebook Group – CG Blog - CG Twitter Feed.


Learn of a New Missionary Saint whose Heart Encompassed the World

 Explore our website exclusively dedicated to Saint Guido Maria Conforti, founder of  the Xaverian Missionaries. In it we wish to Conf_pics14chighlight the deeds and vision of our father Father and Founder, “a bishop whose heart embraced the world.” Guido Maria Conforti was proclaimed “Saint” by Pope Benedict XVI at St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome, on October 23, 2011, World Mission Sunday. Over a hundred years have elapsed. Despite it sparse beginnings, that “small stone,” that tiny seed can today trace its offshoots to many lands, yet it retained its initial characteristic: to remain a “unpretentious family.” Xaverian missionaries are today present on four continents. From that sole sturdy stalk numerous spirited shoots sprout forth in continuity. These are the youth – of diverse churches, cultures, and nations – who commit themselves to serve within the universal Mission of the Church, to proclaim the “good news” to those who still know it not. More…


 Our Mission & Vision

CharitasXi01_CS3logoInspired by St. Guido Conforti and St. Francis Xavier, we, Xaverian Missionaries, serve to keep the local Church aware of, engaged with and connected to the missionary mandate of the universal Church, principally by witnessing Jesus to those who have yet to know Him.
We are a religious missionary congregation of the Catholic Church that exclusively serves our commitment to share our faith beyond the boundaries of Christianity, with our brothers of sisters of different faiths and those who do not espouse any faith. We strive to inspire a new generation to the challenges this mission offers us today in a diverse and pluralistic world:

 

  • Intercultural and interfaith dialogue;
  • Advocacy for and solidarity with the poor;
  • Sharing the legacy of our founder, St. Guido Conforti;
  • Telling the stories and witness of our missionaries in the variety of ministries and countries where we serve.

As a community of brothers among brothers from a variety of cultural and continental backgrounds, we are messengers of God’s love, witnesses of hope, and builders of God’s Kingdom, together becoming an example to the wider Church and world community that it is possible to be one as Jesus wills.  DOWNLOAD OUR FLYER HERE