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Sunday 26 July 2015
by  Ronald Witherup

In the Footsteps of Father Olier

During the third week of their “Sulpician month,” the 22 participants from around the world went on pilgrimage to various sites in central France, following some of the footsteps of Sulpician founder, Father Jean-Jacques OLIER.
The pilgrimage began in Lyon, a primary site of early Christianity (...)

Friday 17 July 2015
by  Ronald Witherup

History of the Sulpicians

Commissioned for the 400th anniversary of the death of Sulpician founder, Father Jean-Jacques OLIER (1601-1657), a history of the Society of the Priests of Saint Sulpice appeared in French in 2008. The author is Father Philippe MOLAC, PSS, a Sulpician historian and patristic scholar. The (...)

Sunday 12 July 2015
by  Ronald Witherup

First Pilgrimage of the “mois sulpicien” 2015

On Saturday July 11, 2015 the participants of the “Sulpician month” went on pilgrimage to the Church of Notre-Dame des Vertus in the Paris suburb of Aubervilliers. It is the first of several planned pilgrimages to important sites in France related to Sulpician history and spirituality. (...)

Tuesday 7 July 2015
by  Ronald Witherup

“Mois sulpicien” – The Sulpician Month

On Monday 6 July 2015, another month-long formation program for new Sulpicians began at the Sulpician Seminary at Issy-les-Moulineaux, just outside Paris. Sponsored by the Generalate of the Society of the Priests of Saint Sulpice, the program is held every three or four years for all new (...)

Thursday 11 June 2015
by  Ronald Witherup

USA Province Retreat

The U.S. Province of Sulpicians recently held its biannual retreat at the Archbishop Brunette Retreat Center in Federal Way, Washington, just outside Seattle. Fifty members of the Province attended the retreat, from all around the United States and from Zambia.
Father Stephen ROWAN, a priest (...)