Pia Service Institute "Maria Immacolata

Trapani

Superior Regional Headquarters

Trapani

On July 1, 1981, the Pious Care Institute "Immaculate", Trapani, of Diocesan Right, composed of two nuns, with the full consent of the Bishop of Trapani, Mons. Emmanuel Roman, was attached to the Oblates to divine love.

Currently the Institute Support Pia "Maria Immaculata" enjoys an efficient activity, the benefit of the elderly, who are welcomed and assisted both spiritually and materially. They are accompanied, moreover, at the time of their passing from this world, easing the anxiety and loneliness that are specific to this age. With the families of these elderly guests, working a lot, with a serene and constant dialogue, so that they leave their loved ones to cure.

Trapani

In addition to the presence of women religious, the Institute is equipped with efficient staff lay: doctors, nurses, social workers, etc. Everyone works with true spirit of service and sacrifice.

Istituto Pia Assistenza “ Maria Immacolata” 
Via Michele Amari, 38 

91100, Trapani 
Sicilia, Italia 
Tel. (0039) 0923 / 535493

 

 

Casa Sant'Ignazio (La Badiella) 

Monreale

This House, now called Saint Ignatius House, not one of the Istituto delle Oblate Sisters, but the Prefecture of Palermo.

Although he did not have a flourishing activities as in the past, is a stable reference point as a place of spirituality and hospitality. In it, indeed always find shelter people who want to enjoy a little rest and serenity.

Currently the House has some groups, led by Priests, days of spiritual retreat.

In addition, the parish undertake religious, catechesis, adoration and holy hour every Thursday.

In this home of Monreale, there is Jesus the Eucharist exposed every day from nine to twelve o'clock in the morning. But, the characteristic of this community, is welcoming; some pilgrims who travel to the famous Cathedral of Monreale, the Cathedral, you will find a place where you can stay or eat a bag lunch in peace and gladness.

Istituto La Badiella ( Casa Madre) 
Casa Sant’Ignazio 
Via Palermo,75 
90046, Monreale ( PA) 
Sicilia , Italia 
Tel. (0039) 091/ 640 2019

Casa di San Pio X
Valderice

Valderice

With the generous donation of huge property of Mrs. Josephine Maiorana, whose memory is in blessing in our religious family, in 1949 he began a work that has greatly developed, and that we care about, because it allowed children from disadvantaged families. Children are entrusted by the municipalities to the maternal care of the sisters. There are receiving training and religious instruction.

The community is supported by the professionalism of the laity, who with great commitment they care themselves of the education of children. There are psychologists, social workers and teachers.

Valderice

In this House the children living at home, go to school, are followed and helped with homework, learn to socialize, to live together and always find warmth and understanding. Their families visit them on Sundays and public holidays, and many of them go home in the summer holidays, Easter and Christmas.

 

 

 

Casa Del Fanciullo “ San Pío X” 

Via Simone Catalano, 105 
91019, Valderice ( TP) 
Sicilia, Italia 
Tel. (0039) 0923 / 836070

Casa Santa Caterina
Mazara del Vallo

This is the second in the order of the branches.

Mazara del vallo

In 1930 His Etc. Mons Nicolò Abraham of F.M., Bishop of Mazara del Vallo, offered her mother the former Crispi Benedictine monastery, now Rettorio of the Church of Santa Caterina.

The proposal was greeted with enthusiasm, and the entrance is made on 30 April of the same year.

The purpose of the coming of the Sisters was primarily to have the church daily adoration of the S.S., which still remains.

The adoration was established and with it developed also other works: childhood kindergarten, female lab, music lessons, parochial works, preparation and first communion, Marian Congregation.

After a few years the House was also used as a novitiate.

Currently maintains the perpetual adoration with the involvement of Lay Oblates to divine love, which makes it the richest Communities and open to any kind of spiritual activities

It is also a House of welcome, especially priests, who find here refreshment and accommodation of Religious family.

Istituto “Santa Caterina” 
Mazara del Vallo 
91026 ( TP) 
Sicilia, Italia 
Tel. (0039) 0923/ 941305

Genna Institute Spanò
Marsala

Marsala

From the year 1964 the Oblates working in religious Institute Genna Spanò in Marsala, province of Trapani, and entrusted their formative part of youth. This institution is not owned by the Oblates; It was erected as a Moral Authority and has an administration that caters to the needs of religious materials.

The purpose of the work is to offer children and young people a suitable family environment and the ability to receive an integral education in a serene setting and open to accommodate their heartfelt and genuine instances, in order to achieve a real maturity.

Children make breakfast, go to school and come back for lunch and spend the afternoon homework with the help of religious and some teachers.

You take advantage of the presence of children to train them in true values, and help their families with wise advice.

Istituto “ Antonietta Genna Spanò” 
Via Grisella, 35 

Marsala (TP) 
Sicilia, Italia 
Tel. (0039) 0923/ 953433

History

About us

A congregation of Papal Right, devoted to the apostolic action, whose motto is : “ AD MAIOREM DEI GLORIAM”, was founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi, in Monreale, Sicily, in 1923.

The aim of the Institution is to create a family of consecrated christian to the Trinity .


History

The Congregation of the Oblate Sisters to Divine Love, founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi starts in Sicily, where it immediately encounters remarkable conflicts and difficulties for its fulfilment. Thanks to the help of the holy bishop, Mons. Antonio Augusto Intreccialagli ( 1852-1924, here on the right ), archbishop of Monreale, ( declared venerable by the Holy Father Giovanni Paolo II with the administrative order of 22.1.1991 ) Mother Margherita and her sisters continue their Work that they began, moving for want of Mons. Intreccialagli to Monreale. At the beginning the seat is in the Church’ places of St. Castrense. Then, it moves to the “Badiella”, where still today is the “Mother House”.


About us

A congregation of Papal Right, devoted to the apostolic action, whose motto is : “ AD MAIOREM DEI GLORIAM”, was founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi, in Monreale, Sicily, in 1923.

The aim of the Institution is to create a family of consecrated christian to the Trinity .


History

The Congregation of the Oblate Sisters to Divine Love, founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi starts in Sicily, where it immediately encounters remarkable conflicts and difficulties for its fulfilment. Thanks to the help of the holy bishop, Mons. Antonio Augusto Intreccialagli ( 1852-1924, here on the right ), archbishop of Monreale, ( declared venerable by the Holy Father Giovanni Paolo II with the administrative order of 22.1.1991 ) Mother Margherita and her sisters continue their Work that they began, moving for want of Mons. Intreccialagli to Monreale. At the beginning the seat is in the Church’ places of St. Castrense. Then, it moves to the “Badiella”, where still today is the “Mother House”.


About us

A congregation of Papal Right, devoted to the apostolic action, whose motto is : “ AD MAIOREM DEI GLORIAM”, was founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi, in Monreale, Sicily, in 1923.

The aim of the Institution is to create a family of consecrated christian to the Trinity .


History

The Congregation of the Oblate Sisters to Divine Love, founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi starts in Sicily, where it immediately encounters remarkable conflicts and difficulties for its fulfilment. Thanks to the help of the holy bishop, Mons. Antonio Augusto Intreccialagli ( 1852-1924, here on the right ), archbishop of Monreale, ( declared venerable by the Holy Father Giovanni Paolo II with the administrative order of 22.1.1991 ) Mother Margherita and her sisters continue their Work that they began, moving for want of Mons. Intreccialagli to Monreale. At the beginning the seat is in the Church’ places of St. Castrense. Then, it moves to the “Badiella”, where still today is the “Mother House”.


About us

A congregation of Papal Right, devoted to the apostolic action, whose motto is : “ AD MAIOREM DEI GLORIAM”, was founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi, in Monreale, Sicily, in 1923.

The aim of the Institution is to create a family of consecrated christian to the Trinity .


History

The Congregation of the Oblate Sisters to Divine Love, founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi starts in Sicily, where it immediately encounters remarkable conflicts and difficulties for its fulfilment. Thanks to the help of the holy bishop, Mons. Antonio Augusto Intreccialagli ( 1852-1924, here on the right ), archbishop of Monreale, ( declared venerable by the Holy Father Giovanni Paolo II with the administrative order of 22.1.1991 ) Mother Margherita and her sisters continue their Work that they began, moving for want of Mons. Intreccialagli to Monreale. At the beginning the seat is in the Church’ places of St. Castrense. Then, it moves to the “Badiella”, where still today is the “Mother House”.


About us

A congregation of Papal Right, devoted to the apostolic action, whose motto is : “ AD MAIOREM DEI GLORIAM”, was founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi, in Monreale, Sicily, in 1923.

The aim of the Institution is to create a family of consecrated christian to the Trinity .


History

The Congregation of the Oblate Sisters to Divine Love, founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi starts in Sicily, where it immediately encounters remarkable conflicts and difficulties for its fulfilment. Thanks to the help of the holy bishop, Mons. Antonio Augusto Intreccialagli ( 1852-1924, here on the right ), archbishop of Monreale, ( declared venerable by the Holy Father Giovanni Paolo II with the administrative order of 22.1.1991 ) Mother Margherita and her sisters continue their Work that they began, moving for want of Mons. Intreccialagli to Monreale. At the beginning the seat is in the Church’ places of St. Castrense. Then, it moves to the “Badiella”, where still today is the “Mother House”.


About us

A congregation of Papal Right, devoted to the apostolic action, whose motto is : “ AD MAIOREM DEI GLORIAM”, was founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi, in Monreale, Sicily, in 1923.

The aim of the Institution is to create a family of consecrated christian to the Trinity .


History

The Congregation of the Oblate Sisters to Divine Love, founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi starts in Sicily, where it immediately encounters remarkable conflicts and difficulties for its fulfilment. Thanks to the help of the holy bishop, Mons. Antonio Augusto Intreccialagli ( 1852-1924, here on the right ), archbishop of Monreale, ( declared venerable by the Holy Father Giovanni Paolo II with the administrative order of 22.1.1991 ) Mother Margherita and her sisters continue their Work that they began, moving for want of Mons. Intreccialagli to Monreale. At the beginning the seat is in the Church’ places of St. Castrense. Then, it moves to the “Badiella”, where still today is the “Mother House”.


About us

A congregation of Papal Right, devoted to the apostolic action, whose motto is : “ AD MAIOREM DEI GLORIAM”, was founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi, in Monreale, Sicily, in 1923.

The aim of the Institution is to create a family of consecrated christian to the Trinity .


History

The Congregation of the Oblate Sisters to Divine Love, founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi starts in Sicily, where it immediately encounters remarkable conflicts and difficulties for its fulfilment. Thanks to the help of the holy bishop, Mons. Antonio Augusto Intreccialagli ( 1852-1924, here on the right ), archbishop of Monreale, ( declared venerable by the Holy Father Giovanni Paolo II with the administrative order of 22.1.1991 ) Mother Margherita and her sisters continue their Work that they began, moving for want of Mons. Intreccialagli to Monreale. At the beginning the seat is in the Church’ places of St. Castrense. Then, it moves to the “Badiella”, where still today is the “Mother House”.


About us

A congregation of Papal Right, devoted to the apostolic action, whose motto is : “ AD MAIOREM DEI GLORIAM”, was founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi, in Monreale, Sicily, in 1923.

The aim of the Institution is to create a family of consecrated christian to the Trinity .


History

The Congregation of the Oblate Sisters to Divine Love, founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi starts in Sicily, where it immediately encounters remarkable conflicts and difficulties for its fulfilment. Thanks to the help of the holy bishop, Mons. Antonio Augusto Intreccialagli ( 1852-1924, here on the right ), archbishop of Monreale, ( declared venerable by the Holy Father Giovanni Paolo II with the administrative order of 22.1.1991 ) Mother Margherita and her sisters continue their Work that they began, moving for want of Mons. Intreccialagli to Monreale. At the beginning the seat is in the Church’ places of St. Castrense. Then, it moves to the “Badiella”, where still today is the “Mother House”.



 

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People that will receive mercy by Mother Crispi's intercession, are requested to give notice to the postulation of the Cause, at the e-Mail address

 mail: causacrispi 

or at the postal address: Suore Oblate al Divino Amore – Postulazione Causa Margherita Diomira – Via Marruvio, 4 – 00183 Roma.

Suore Oblate al Divino Amore
Via Marruvio, 4
00183 Roma
P.IVA 01077861001 C.F. 02563530589

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