In this volume, Fr. Michele gives us a rich portrait of Francesco Albertini, also known as the hidden father of the Missionaries of the Precious Blood, as Albertini was St.
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Suggestions for Service Hours
Dennis Chriszt, C.PP.S.
As part of our celebration of the 200th anniversary of the Missionaries
of the Precious Blood, we’re inviting members, Companions,
Amici and friends of the community to do service projects in
the tradition of St. Gaspar del Bufalo. We hope to reach and surpass
our goal of 1,000 hours during this jubilee year.
Consider the life of St. Gaspar del Bufalo, our founder:
• St. Gaspar was active at Santa Galla in Rome, visiting and
ministering the sick there.
• St. Gaspar was active among the poor who came to Rome to
sell their produce and wares.
• St. Gaspar was active among those who had been in trouble
with the law and needed to put their lives back together.
• St. Gaspar spent four years in exile and prison.
These ministries may inspire you to visit the sick in nursing
homes, hospitals, their own homes, or even the infi rmary at St.
These ministries may inspire you to reach out to the poor and