SOCIETY OF THE PRECIOUS BLOOD PROVINCE OF TANZANIA

Community Life, Spirituality, Apostolate

Provincial Leadership

Congregatio Missionariorum Pretiosissimi Sanguinis Domini Nostri Iesu Christi (C.PP.S)

St. Gaspar Del Bufalo

“How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him who brings glad tidings, announcing peace, bearing good news, announcing salvation, and saying to Zion, “your God is King”. (Is. 52:7)"

SOCIETY OF THE PRECIOUS BLOOD PROVINCE OF TANZANIA




Impelled by the mission of the Church and by the charism of St. Gaspar, the Missionaries of the Precious Blood of the Italian Province began the mission of Tanzania in 1966. In 1972 it became a delegation with its own regulations. Thanks to the increase of the members and of charitable and apostolic works it was elevated to a Vicariate on July 27, 1998. It continued to grow and on August 8, 2015, it was elevated to the status of a Province.

Vision

Impelled by the Love of Christ, manifested especially in the shedding of the blood, (Ref. Normative Texts C1) the vision of the C.PP.S Province of Tanzania in her first ten years is to be an...

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Mission

The mission of C.PP.S Province of Tanzania is to build the Kingdom of God through evangelization of people of this age especially those who are poor and afflicted or in any way marginalized in ..

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Core Values

The three pillars of the Society of the Precious Blood continue to be among our values: Community Life, Spirituality, Apostolate

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Goals and Objectives

The new Province aims at fulfilling six key goals and objectives as drawn from the six elements of the C.PP.S Theology of Mission from the General Council of the Congregation. These key objectives are as follows:

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Leadership Team Commissions

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Fr. Vedasto Ngowi

Provincial Director

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Fr. Alessandro Manzi

Provincial Councilor

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Fr. John Greyson Msengi

Vice Provincial Director

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Fr. Felix Mushobozi

Provincial Secretary

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Fr. Dominick Mwaluko

Provincial Treasurer

Administrative Structure

The supreme authority of the Province is the Provincial Assembly and all the incorporated members take part in the Assembly. The Provincial Director, assisted by his Council governs the Province whose term of office lasts for four years. The Province is composed of residences and missionary stations which are grouped into districts.

Our Institutions

SOCIETY OF THE PRECIOUS BLOOD PROVINCE OF TANZANIA, have various Institutions with different activities, here are some of them
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ST.GASPAR HOSPITAL ITIGI

St. Gaspar Referral and Teaching Hospital is now 23 years old with an approved capacity of 320 beds. It is run by t....

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ST.GASPAR CONFERENCE CENTER

Saint Gaspar Hotel is located in Dodoma and provides comfortable accommodation. It also features a car rental desk, room service and a 24-hour reception...

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ST.GASPAR VTC

The Faculty of Engineering and Information science comprises of three academic depa.....

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RADIO MWANGAZA

Radio Mwangaza FM owns two frequencies, 90.8 MHZ for Dodoma Region and 105.0 MHZ for Singida Region...

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JOHN MERLINI SEC SCHOOL

Merlini Secondary School owned by the Missionary of the Precious Blood offers quality education ......

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ST.GASPAR PRE AND PRI

St Gaspar Pre and Primary School owned by the Missionary of the Precious Blood offers quality education ......

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Latest News

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Posted 2020-10-07 04:52:26

Post By : Fr.Felix Mushobozi

Fr. Chesco Msaga Appointed General Councilor

On October 7th we received a message from the Moderator General announcing the appointment of Fr. Chesco Peter Msaga as Second General Councilor, according to article S31 for our Normative Texts. The appointment was made by the General Council on October 2nd 2020. Fr. Chesco is replacing Fr. Augusto ...

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"How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him who brings glad tidings, announcing peace, bearing good news, announcing salvation, and saying to Zion, “your God is King

(Is. 52:7)

"Jinsi ilivyo mizuri juu ya milima miguu yake aletaye habari njema, Yeye aitangazaye amani, aletaye habari njema ya mambo mema. Yeye autangazaye wokovu, auambiaye Sayuni,” Mungu wako anamiliki!” Sauti ya walinzi wako!

(Isa. 52:7-10)

"You have redeemed us, oh Lord, by your Blood, from every tribe and tongue, from every nation and people

(Rv. 5:9)

Ulichinjwa ukamnunulia Mungu kwa Damu yako watu wa kila kabila na lugha na jamaa na taifa

(Ufu. 5:9)

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The Event

This is the evebnt I would rather die or suffer evil than to take such an oath. I cannot, I must not

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St. Gaspar Del Bufalo

According to Pope St. John XXIII, is the true and the greatest apostle of the Precious Blood of Christ. He was born in Rome on January 6th, 1786 and died very young on December 28th, 1837 at the age of 51. As a devoted priest he revived the works of the Apostolate in Rome and later he became a dedicated Missionary.

In his Missionary travels he invited the faithful to reflect upon and adore the Precious Blood of Christ. He founded the Missionary Congregation of the Precious Blood on the August 15th 1815 at St. Felix in Umbria. In 1834 with his encouragement, St. Maria De Mattias founded the Congregation of the Sisters Adorers of the Blood of Christ. Gaspar was beatified by Pope Pius X in December 18, 1904, canonized by Pope Pius XII in St. Peter’s Square in June 12, 1954.

The remains of his body are preserved in St. Maria in Trivio Church in Rome’s city center, just near the Trevi Fountain. Pope John XXIII visited his body in the Church of St. Maria in Trivio on January 4th, 1963, just few days before the convocation of the second Ecumenical Vatican Council.

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"How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him who brings glad tidings, announcing peace, bearing good news, announcing salvation, and saying to Zion, “your God is King”. (Is. 52:7)

“Jinsi ilivyo mizuri juu ya milima miguu yake aletaye habari njema, Yeye aitangazaye amani, aletaye habari njema ya mambo mema. Yeye autangazaye wokovu, auambiaye Sayuni,” Mungu wako anamiliki!” Sauti ya walinzi wako!” (Isa. 52:7-10)