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The Spirituality of St. Peter Julian Eymard…

The Spirituality of St. Peter Julian Eymard after the Conciliar of Vatican II

Ernest Falardeau SSS, STD, MSLS, Ecumenist


St. Peter Julien SSS is the founder of the Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament in 1856 because no such religious community and because of the lack of interest in the Eucharist in the Catholic Church in France and the whole world. The Congregation began with members of priests and brothers. Soon Fr. Eymard with Marguerite Guillot (1815- 1885) founded the Congregation of the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament and the Aggregation of the Laity (he had been the director of the third order the Marist Congregation and drafter of its Direction).

The Vatican II was the conciliar of the Catholic Church (1962-1965). It was not only the last Ecumenical Council, as a very different one that as will be noted in this program. This program will be given during the postulant from January to August, 2024.


  1. The Congregation and the Eymard Family
  2. The Constitutions and the Role of Life
  3. The Aggregation (Associates in the USA)
  4. Servitium Christi (Service of Christ) (These are laity who have vows)


  1. Vatican II

. Conciliar – some history of some conciliar

. Conciliar of Trent, Conciliar of Vatican I, Conciliar of Vatican II

. The Sixteen Documents of Vatican II

        -Especially: Church, Bible, Religious and Priests, Religions (Christian Ecumenism and  other religions: Jewish, Muslin, and others)


  • Spirituality of St. J.P. Eymard

. Constitutions

. Rule of Life

. History and a view of numbers (e.g. # 38 Mission of Unity)


  1. The Province of St. Ann (USA)

. American citizens

. Members from other countries



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