The Society of the Divine Saviour, popularly known as the Salvatorians, is an international, religious, congregation of priests and brothers in the Catholic Church, founded in Rome, December 8, 1881, by the Father Francis Mary of the Cross Jordan.
Today members of the Society are engaged in apostolic activities in 40 countries all over the world. We are part of a Salvatorian Family that includes religious sisters (Congregation of the Sisters of the Divine Saviour) and laity (International Community of the Divine Saviour).
In order to understand the history of our Society it is necessary to look at the historical background, particularly the situation in Germany at the time, and the life of our founder Fr Francis Jordan.
As an Order we assure the public that we have an extremely high commitment to the Safeguarding of Children and intend to do everything possible to meet our responsibilities in this area. Read More
Please do not hesitate to contact the Provincial Superior if you have cause for concern about the welfare and safety of children or vulnerable adults in relation to any of our members. Your enquiry will be treated with the utmost seriousness.