Founded in 1198 through the vision of St. John DeMatha, the Trinitarian priests and brothers bring the redemptive love of Christ to those they serve. The earliest Trinitarians, through every possible means available, sought freedom for those held captive for their faith. In modern days, through their work for the poor, those who suffer religious persecution, and in parishes, schools, missions, prisons, and hospitals, they strive for the freedom of all people. Trinitarians live in small, mission-oriented communities and enjoy common prayer. Their purpose is redemptive mission and community life. They number 28 members in the United States and more than 650 worldwide. Candidates, ages 18-40, with a minimum of a high school diploma, are considered.
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