Vocation

The Sons of the Immaculate Conception (CFIC) is a religious congregation of Pontifical right which aims to demonstrate the love of Christ for humanity, by devoting their lives to the care of the sick and education of the orphaned and abandoned youth in need of assistance. The Congregation is made up of lay religious brothers and priests to implement fully its specific mission. The members live in common the same rule with equal rights and duties and are called “Brothers”.

The CFIC Brothers and Priests, following the example of their founder, Blessed Luigi Maria Monti, see the model of their religious consecration and of their apostolic life in Mary the Immaculate. The members are devoted to the promotion of true freedom and happiness of the whole human person, created in the image and likeness of God.

The CFIC brothers and Priests just do that as Doctors, nurses, pharmacists, Physiotherapists, chaplains, teachers and preachers. The members of CFIC serve the humanity in 20 different countries in the world.

Where are you heading? 

Do you think God has a plan for you that you haven’t quite connected with? Could you imagine being called to spread the gospel by serving the sick and the needy youth?

CFIC cordially welcome young men of age 18 – 35 who are willing to dedicate their whole life to Christ, the Church, the sick and the young. As a CFIC brother or priest, you will be a missionary among the sick and young people at home and abroad, and journey with them toward a deeper relationship with Christ.

We live in community, pray and work together in a common mission. In North America, with seven communities in Canada, USA and Mexico, the members are engaged in pastoral ministry in the parishes, hospitals, prisons and schools and shelter homes, as pastors, chaplains, mentors and spiritual directors.

Your Invitation to Serve

We invite you to join us in serving the least of God’s children throughout the world.

If you need help to prayerfully consider whether you have a calling into the religious life in the Congregation of the Sons of the Immaculate Conception in North America, please contact our Vocation Director.

Contact: 

Vocation Director
vocation@cficnorthamericandelegation.com 

Or contact any of the following:

Ontario, Canada

Fr. Eugen Chianain CFIC
Email: esongeugene@yahoo.com, Phone No. +1-416-816-4343

Alberta, Canada

 

USA 

Mexico

Bro. Diego Montalvo
Email: diegoarmando.cfic@gmail.com, Phone No. +521-999-330-6744

Please click here for more vocation information.

  

Brothers of the North American Delegation

Fr. Michele Perniola, CFIC, Superior General

Fr. Antony Skaria, CFIC, St. John Vianney Church

Fr. Antony Varghese Chooravady, CFIC, Epiphany of Our Lord Parish

Fr. Benjamin Obetta. Associate pastor at St. Joseph Basilica, Edmonton.

Fr. Benny Mekkatt, CFIC, Church of Blessed Sacrament and Delegate Superior.

Fr. Daniel Tshimbalanga, CFIC, St. Anne church, Penetanguishene

Bro. Diego Montalvo, CFIC, Casa Generale, Rome

Fr. Edwin Ngah, CFIC, Merida, Mexico

Fr. Egide Misasi, CFIC, Merida, Mexico

Fr. Eugene Chianain, CFIC, Immaculate Conception Parish

Fr. George Puramadathil, CFIC, Santa Maria Goretti Parish

 

Fr. Jean Claude Ndanga, CFIC, Santa Maria Goretti Community, St. Thomas Aquinas French Parish

Fr. Jesse Chi Chick, CFIC, St. Elizabeth, Columbus Community, Hospital Chaplain

Fr. Jimmy Puttananickal CFIC, Church of St. Mary in St. Paul, MN

Fr. Joby Augustin CFIC, St. Francis Xavier Church

Fr. Jonas Anye, CFIC, Merida, Mexico

Fr. Joy Vadakkan, CFIC, Santa Maria Goretti Community, Holy Name Parish

Fr. Martin Cherumadathil, CFIC, Epiphany, Scarborough

 

Fr. Philip Atandele Insonia, CFIC, Santa Maria Goretti Community

Fr. Shibu Kallarakkal, CFIC, Mary, Mother of the Redeemer Parish

Fr. Shimit Abraham CFIC, St. Agnes Community

Fr. Silvichan Dominic Marattil CFIC, St. Agnes Community

 

Fr. Sojan Thomas Kodiyanthara, CFIC, Epiphany of Our Lord Community

Fr. Sudhakarreddy Thirumalareddy, Hospital Chaplain

Fr. Ugo Sturabotti, CFIC, Immaculate Conception Community

Fr. Varghese Munduvelil CFIC, St. Agnes Community