Christ is the Son of God, sent to bring Salvation and eternal life to the world which is in chaos.

The Formation Process

The formation process begins with an orientation, a “First Come and See” program to give the potential member an overview of the Lay Salvatorians are and the work that they involve themselves in, and once decided, the new entrant undergoes monthly regular  Liturgy sessions facilitated by the assigned Lay where  formation modules of the program are discussed. There are also   individual conferences with the spiritual directors.. These modules include the following:
  • Module 1 –     Salvatorian Journeys
  • Module 2 –     Salvatorian Charism
  • Module 3 –     Community
  • Module 4 –     Salvatorian Community
  • Module 5 –      Salvatorian History
  • Module 6 –    Ministry and Salvatorian Mission
  • Module 7 –      Jesus the Savior
  • Module 8 –      Prayer
  • Module 9 –      Gospel Call and Evangelical Virtues: Obedience, Poverty
  • and Chastity
  • Module 10–    Ministering  As Salvatorian
  • Module 11–     Preferential Option for the Poor
  • Module 12–     The Eucharist in SDS Life
  • Module 13–     Lifestyle & Commitment as a Salvatorian