Welcome to Southern Indian Province.
The Congregation of the Mission is a society of apostolic life, composed of priests and lay brothers, founded by Saint Vincent de Paul in Paris on April 17, 1625. The members of this Congregation are known as Paules in Spain, Lazarists in France, and Vincentians in other countries. Our mission is to follow Jesus Christ, evangelizing the poor. Read more
The various activities organized by the Province
In line with the social commitment of the province and the preferential option for the poor that it tries to emulate in all the ministries,
the various activities taken up by the Southern Indian province in connection with the Covid 19 are as follows:
- Distribution of Masks
- Community kitchens
- Disinfectant Tunnels
- Distribution of food materials
- Contribution towards the PM Relief Fund and CM Relief Fund
- Several Spiritual Activities
One night the Lord spoke to Paul in a vision: "Do not be afraid; keep on speaking, do not be silent.†10†For I am with you, and no one is going to attack and harm you, because I have many people in this city."
Providence must call us and we must follow it, if we are to go forward confidently.
Message from Provincial
Dear friend in Jesus,
May the Grace of our Lord be with you always!
We, Vincentians group, are committed to follow the way our founder St. Vincent de Paul taught us. Feel free to read about our mission at Southern Indian Province
Notice boardDear Confreres,
Greetings from Mysore. Considering the opinions of many of you we have made some changes in the annual retreat schedule.
The first batch of retreat is moved closer to the Provincial Assembly so as to facilitate the delegates of the Assembly to participate in it and avoid the risk of two travels to Mysore. As per the new schedule the, the first batch of retreat begins on 11 October evening and ends on 16 afternoon. The second batch begins on 30th October (evening) and ends on 4th November afternoon. Provincial Assembly is from 5th to 10th November. Sorry for the inconvenience caused due to this change.
Fr Anil Thomas