We serve for the Scalabrinian Family.
St. Charles Borromeo is a church for all the migrants.
The Lord has blessed with abundant fruits the vocational and formative work. We have Mexican Missionaries with Migrants in the United States, Argentina, Brazil, Italy, Australia, the Philippines and Indonesia. We also have a large group of religious who study in our international theologies, as well as a large group of novices, students of philosophy and the Introductory Year.
With the aim of awakening a sensitivity and critical awareness about the migratory phenomenon, in the light of the dignity of the person and the Christian faith, the Missionaries of San Carlos support the preparation of lay pastoral agents of migration, committed and able to generate initiatives and concrete proposals in favor of Migrants. This results in the volunteer program, in which many young people render their services in the Casas del Migrante and in the Missions.
Father Jesus Ramirez Cerda was sent to Colombia in early 2011 to study his theological studies at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana.
He held his diaconal ministry for six months in Chicago, IL at the parish of Our Lady of Mount Carmel.
He was ordained priest on May 7, 2016.
Rev. Jesus Ramirez Cerda, c.s
Father Matteo Luison studied his theology at the Institute of Theology in San Pablo, Brazil from 2013 to 2017.
He held his diaconal ministry for six months in Vicente de Carbalho, Brazil.
He was ordained a priest on February 4, 2018.
Rev. Matteo Luison, c.s