St. Vincent Pallotti was born in Rome, April 21, 1795. He founded the religious Congregations of fathers, Brothers and Sisters, who are known all over the world as Pallottines. He was canonized a saint on 20th January, 1963.
St. Vincent Pallotti gave special emphasis to the fact that every Christian is called to apostolate and has from Jesus a mission for the Church and for the world. He was aware that the bishops, priests, and religious alone cannot carry total responsibility for evangelization. Lay people, too, have the obligation and right too actively participate in the mission of the Church. To implement this concept he founded the Union of Catholic Apostolate, which is a loose federation of all the interested persons from all sections of the Church.
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