Questions / Dates / EtablishmentsFrequently asked

  • Why the name Samaritan FLIHM?

    The name "FACIM Samaritans" bears our motto of life - to help where we see the need. According to the example of the merciful Samaritan in the Gospel (see LK 10:25-37).
    The name also bears the "Flame of Love of the Immaculate Heart of Mary" (FLIHM). We want to be like Mary inflamed by God's love.
  • What does the green cord mean?

    Our green cingulum (cordon) is a sign of hope, combined with full dedication to Jesus through the four religious vows (four knots) poverty, chastity, obedience and loyalty to the Church's teaching.
  • When was the foundation? And who is the founder?

    Our community was founded in 1982 by F. Andrzej Michałek in Germany.
  • Student education?

    With us there is also the possibility of the so-called third educational path.
  • Is your community recognized by the Church?

    The Community was built in 2003 by St. Em. Christoph Cardinal Schönborn in the Archdiocese of Vienna and is approved as a ecclesiastical clerical society.
  • Where do you have branches?

    We have branches: Klein-Mariazell, Hafnerberg, Pottenstein, St. Corona am Schöpfl, Retz (Lower Austria) and Hilariberg (Tyrol) and from September 2021 in Altötting (Germany).
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Our etablishments

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Main house in Klein-Mariazell

Niederösterreich

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Hafnerberg

Niederösterreich

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Novitiate Retz

Weinviertel

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St. Corona am Schöpfl

Niederösterreich

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Pottenstein

Niederösterreich

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Hilariberg

Tirol

 

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