Version 3.8, Updated July, 1997

Tim DeRyan, Ed.

Updates to:

Monthly updates posted since April, 1995 at The Catholic Internet Directory Site


Directory of Men's Religious Orders:

Directory of Women's Religious Orders:


Assumptionist Order: (at :

Augustinian Order: /

Barnabite Fathers and Brothers:

Benedictine Order:

Subiaco Congregation (Benedictine)

Benedictine Sisters:

Northern Region:

Southern Region:

Eastern Region:

Western Region:

Midwestern Region:

Benedictine Sisters of the Perpetual Adoration:

Capuchins, Friars Minor: International Headquarters:

Carmelite Order:

Carmelite Order, Discalced:

Fr. Stephen Sanchez, OCD, Vocation Director for the Province of Oklahoma:

Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm:

Claretian Missionaries: UK Site:

Cistercian Order: Denmark:

Columban Fathers:

Congregation of Holy Cross:

At the University of Notre Dame:

At St. Edwards:

Congregation of Marians:

Consolata Missionary Sisters:

Daughters of St. Paul:

De La Salle Christian Brothers:


General Page: Contact:

Dominican Central (US): The Central Province of Dominican Friars, Chicago:

Province of St. Albert the Great, Chicago: "Webfriar":

Dominican Web (International):


Franciscan Brothers of the Holy Cross:

Franciscan Friars, Conventual:

Sacred Heart Franciscan Province: Br. Gregory J. Bumm, OFM:


Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate:

Franciscans International: Worldwide with Headquarters in New York, NY

Non-Governmental Organization of the Worldwide Franciscan Family with Consultative Status (Category 1) with the Economic and Social Commission of the United Nations promoting the gospel values of Peace and disarmament; Care for the impoverished peoples of the earth; and reverence for creation -

Franciscan Missionaries of the Eternal Word:

Franciscan Order, Secular: (SFO)

National SFO Fraternity - USA National Minister/President, Richard Morton:

Director of Vocations, Marie Amore:

Divine Mercy Region, SFO:

International SFO Council: Communications:

Franciscan Third Order Page:

Franciscan Friars, Third Order Regular:

St. Joseph's Fraternity:

Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate:

Franciscan Web:

Immaculate Heart of Mary:

Jesuit Order:

Legionaires of Christ:

Marians of the Immaculate Conception:

Maryknoll Missionaries, New York:

Missionaries of the Sacred Heart of Jesus:

Missionary Sisters of the Precious Blood:

Monks of the Adoration:

Montfortian Religious:

Oblates of the Virgin Mary: http://www.oblatesof

Order of Friar Servants of Mary (Servites):

Pallottine Fathers and Brothers:

Paulist Fathers: Paulist Fathers Catholic Information Site:

Paulist Missionary Society:

PIME Missionaries (China): Fr. Nicholas Maestrini:

Poor Clares of Perpetual Adoration:

Precious Blood Community:

Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter:


Salesians of Don Bosco

Salesian Lay Missioners (Jerry Sesto): (Cathy DeBritz):

Salesian Missions Online:

Salesian Studies (at Allen College):

Salesian Vocation Ministry Office:

Salvatorians (Society of the Divine Savior):

Sisters of St. Joseph (US Federation) -Unofficial Site:

Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (IHM):

Society of the Divine Word Missionaries (SVD):

Divine Word College Seminary, Epworth, IA:

Society of Saint Edmund:

Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity:

Society of the Sacred Heart: Newsletter:

The Ursulines: Sr. Therese Ann Rich, OSU, Online contact:

Xaverian Mission:


SECULAR INSTITUTES: (Religious orders and communities for married and lay persons)**

Brothers and Sisters of Charity (John Michael Talbot's Lay Community):

Eucharistic Apostles of Divine Mercy:

Holy Family Institute:

Madonna House Lay Apostolate:

Marian Servants of Divine Providence (charismatic lay ministry):

Society of Our Lady of the Way:





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