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Who We Are

The Fraternity is a brotherhood formed by five to seven priests who meet once every month for Scripture sharing, contemplative prayer before the Eucharist, and a shared review of life with ample time for some friendly conversation and fellowship, usually over a meal.

Change of address

In our most recent Annual Dues letter mailing, we sent an outdated return address on the envelope provided. Please replace the return address with the address below for any future mailings related to Dues. 1420 Monte Sano Avenue Augusta, GA 30904

Thank you and Mea Culpa!

Recent News
  • This past July both the National and International Team met in Camarillo, CA. Click here to read the Letter from Camarillo.
  • Please read the Proposals for Growth from our last PanAmerican Assembly.
  • Our brother Felix Rajaonarivelo: The National Fraternity was fortunate to spend time with Felix in October 2016, in Kasas City. He pulled me aside to personally thank me for the generosity that our American fraternities showed to the brothers in Africa, especially as they gathered for the Pan-African Assembly. He lived with great joy. May he enjoy the glories of heaven forever. - Jerry Ragan.
  • Msgr. Howard Calkins has passed away this past Good Friday (April 14th). Praise God his Easter has come and it is time for him to now enjoy new and everlasting life. Read his obituary here.
  • In October 2016, both the National Team and the International Team were hosted by Fr. Mark Mertes in Kansas City, KS. Click here to read the International Team's Letter from Kansas CIty.
  • Read the Vatican recognition of our Fraternity as an International Association of Priests, here.

How to Form a Fraternity

Forming a Fraternity

Prayer of Abandonment                                        

Father,

  I abandon myself into your hands; do with me what you will.
   Whatever you may do, I thank you:
  I am ready for all, I accept all.
  Let only your will be done in me, and in all your creatures.
  I wish no more than this, O Lord.
  Into your hands I commend my soul;
  offer it to you
  with all the love of my heart,

  for I love you, Lord,
  and so need to give myself,
  to surrender myself into your hands,

  without reserve,
  and with boundless confidence,                                                                   
  for you are my Father.
  
Click here to download Prayer of Abandonment.