Our Patron

Francis de Sales was born on 21 August 1567 in the Chteau de Sales into the noble Sales family of the Duke of Savoy, in what is today Thorens-Glières, Duke of savoy, France. More »

Our Patron

Francis de Sales was born on 21 August 1567 in the Chteau de Sales into the noble Sales family of the Duke of Savoy, in what is today Thorens-Glières, Duke of savoy, France. More »

Our Patron

Francis de Sales was born on 21 August 1567 in the Chteau de Sales into the noble Sales family of the Duke of Savoy, in what is today Thorens-Glières, Duke of savoy, France. More »

 

Welcome to MSFS South East India Province

South East Province has 170 professed members and has 123 priests working in different parts of the world. We work in 16 dioceses in Tamilnadu and Puducherry. Our ministry consists of 23 Parishes, 8 Schools, one Industrial School, 1 Boys´ Home, and 3 Children´s Villages. There are 53 confreres abroad either working or studying.Read More

Provincial’s Message

My Dear Confreres,

Cordial and fraternal greeting to one and all!!!

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Greetings of peace and joy to all of you!

Today is the Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord. The Good News of God’s Love is revealed to Mary, our Mother. She accepted to be the instrument in the hands of God to give birth to the Saviour. As such, this feast signifies that after having received the Good News, we need to be instruments in the hands of God to proclaim the same to others. It is the special moment for our province, as we embark on Mission Malawi Msfs to proclaim the Good News. As such, on this great feast, I am very delighted to present before you this special circular on our new missionary undertaking – Mission Malawi Msfs.

General Information about Malawi and the Diocese of Karonga

The Diocese of Karonga is situated in the Northern Part of Malawi that boarders with Tanzania and Zambia. Karonga as a Diocese was created on the 21st of July 2010 from Mzuzu diocese. On the same day Rt. Rev.Martin Anwel Mtumbuka was ordained Bishop of the new Diocese. There are 8 dioceses in Malawi.

The language spoken in this diocese and in Mzuzu diocese is Tumbuka. The rest of country speaks Chichewa.Read More

We miss you Dear Fr. Pilavendran