SCALABRINIAN MISSIONARIES IN THE PARISH

Scalabrinian Missionaries

Founded in 1887 by Blessed John Baptist Scalabrini, the Congregation of the Missionaries of San Carlo – Scalabrinians work with migrants and refugees in 33 countries in the world.

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Scalabrini

John Baptist Scalabrini (Fino Mornasco, 1839 – Piacenza, 1905) was an Italian catholic bishop, founder of the congregations of the missionaries and the sisters of San Carlo Borromeo (Scalabrinians). He was proclaimed blessed on 9th November 1997.

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The Scalabrinians in Milan

The Missionaries of San Carlo – Scalabrinians have been present in Milan since 1989 and have been working in S. Maria del Carmine Church together with the Italian and English-speaking community.

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ASCS

ASCS – Agenzia Scalabriniana per la Cooperazione allo Sviluppo (Scalabrinian Agency for Development Cooperation) – has been the social, operational and cultural branch of the Congregation of the Missionaries of St. Charles – Scalabrini operating in the John Baptist Scalabrini Region (Europe-Africa) since 2004 in Italy and around the world.

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Via Scalabrini 3

Via Scalabrini 3, within the ASCS, is the Intercultural Youth Animation Program of the Scalabrinian Missionaries in Europe. Vision: We believe in a world of more bridges and less walls.

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