Pallottine spirituality



Pallottine spirituality is based mainly on the spirituality of St. Vincent Pallotti, which is reflected in the spiritual writings of our Founder.

Pallotti is often called an apostle and mystic. It means that this spirituality is described by means of a number of its characteristic concepts and manifests itself in a particular image of God and a man, system of values and a concreto lifestyle finding their expression in accepted prayers and liturgical feasts.

Fundamental motives of the Pallottine spirituality are concentrated on the idea of „Catholic or universal apostolate” which is present in the name of the Society. We can say that all elements of the Pallottine spirituality have a reference to the universal apostolate of all believers.

17 thoughts on “Pallottine spirituality

  1. Dear Friends,
    I want to wish all of you a very happy and blessed Feast of St Vincent! I hope you have enjoyed a wonderful day reflecting on your founder and your special Call to serve as a Pallottine. I just got back from a beautiful celebration this evening with our 6 Pallottine parishes in the Diocese of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. We celebrated at St Clements parish in St Clements. Please know you are in my prayers always and have a special place in my heart. May God bless you, protect you, and keep you, through the merits His Son and through the intercession of Our Beautiful, Blessed Mother.
    with prayers and affection,
    so happy and honoured to be part of the Society of Friends of the Pallottine Seminary in Poland, here in 🇨🇦 Canada,
    your friend,
    Corinne Kennedy

  2. Dear Friends,
    Greetings from Waterloo on this cold, snowy Saturday. I hope you are all well and thriving in your work and studies…
    and I hope you are taking some time rest and relax.
    I realized that the message I tried to send you yesterday was in the wrong mailbox, so I am correcting my error.
    I wanted to share a clip with you of an address Jim Caviezel gave recently at an American Catholic Youth Conference, reflecting on his experience of making the new movie about St. Paul, set to be released next month (he also played Jesus in Med Gibson’s Passion of Christ).
    When I watched it I thought of you and wanted to share it with you…
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9z-dMQjRBE
    Note: If this link doesn’t work just go to You tube and enter… Jim Caviezel “Paul, Apostle of Christ” | SLS18
    I hope you enjoy it!
    Peace and blessings to each one of you!
    Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers,
    fondly,
    your friend in Christ,
    Corinne

    1. Thank you for your goodness. We had some time for rest after exams. Today we’ll start our retreat. All the best for you, Corinne. God bless you!

  3. Dear friends,
    Just a brief note to let you know I am with you in thought and prayer as you begin this Lenten season on retreat. May you enter deeply into the love and grace of our Lord, covered by the mantle of our Blessed Mother. Its going to be an incredible journey!
    Savour every moment!
    Your friend in Christ,
    Corinne

  4. Easter blessings from Waterloo…wishing each of you a bright and beautiful Easter Season filled with joy!
    Your friend in Christ,
    Corinne

    1. Dear Corrine, thank you for your wishes! May the love of Christ resurrected, fill your heart with hope and joy.
      God bless you!

  5. Hello Friends,
    We heard the happy news that preparations are underway for FIVE Ordinations tomorrow. Heartfelt congratulations to all who are being ordained… may this mark the beginning of a very blessed and fulfilling life of service as a Holy Priest of God. We share your joy and give thanks that you have responded to this incredible Call with such love and generosity! We give thanks for all of the wonderful Priests, Brothers, Sisters and staff who have inspired you, encouraged you and contributed to your formation in preparation for this glorious day! Many, many blessings to all! We are with you in our thoughts and prayers!
    Your Friend in Christ,
    Corinne

    1. Dear Corinne, thank you so much for your prayer memory. We greet you cordially and provide you with a prayer for you! God bless you.

  6. To my brothers in Christ,
    May the God of hope bring you such joy and peace in your faith that the power of the Holy Spirit will remove all bounds to hope.
    I hold you in my heart as your Ordinations approach and offer my heart to God.
    Love your sister in Christ,
    Margy

    1. Dear Margy!
      Thank you very much. For us, such words are a great testimony. Thank you for every prayer thanks to which we can be sure that we are together on one road to God!

  7. Dear Friends,
    Our prayers are for you on your ordination. May the Lord bless you and protect you and may His face shine on you.
    This is a special day and we thank God for all our wonderful priests.
    God bless
    Jennifer

    1. Dear Jennifer!
      Please keep praying for us and especially for neopresbiters. God bless you.

  8. To the 5 new priests ordained today,

    Congratulations! Thank you for saying “yes” to God! Thank you for all that you will be doing for his people in your life as a priest. You are in our prayers on this special day and always.
    May God bless you!

    1. Dear Anne!
      For us, this is the most important thing. We also provide prayer!

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  10. Dear Friends,
    At this time you are well into your studies and this blessed season of Advent. I hope and pray you are growing more deeply in your relationship with the Lord as you discern His Call on your life. We have been so tremendously blessed by our wonderful Pallotine priests here in 🇨🇦 Canada, and we are so grateful that you are preparing to follow in the footsteps of our Lord, St. Vincent, and all of the Pollotine priests who have gone before you. I will be praying for all of your intentions and those of all of our beloved Pallotine priests in a Christmas Novena beginning tomorrow.
    With sincere thanks and much love,
    Your Friend and Sister in Christ,
    Corinne Kennedy

    1. Thank you so much! Surely, Your prayers will help us to become more and more open to the sanctifying grace of Our Lord.

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