Who are we?

The Servants of the Pierced Hearts of Jesus and Mary, Religious Brothers and Priests is the male branch of the Religious Family of the Pierced Hearts, founded in 2020 by Mother Adela Galindo and erected as a Public Clerical Association of the Faithful by Archbishop Thomas Wenski. We are a mixed community of religious brothers and religious priests called to serve in the heart of the Catholic Church.

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Be a YOUNG KNIGHT of the Pierced Hearts!

Make the pledge to:

  • Pray St. Maximilian Kolbe's Consecration to Mary Daily
  • Pray a Decade of the Holy Rosary Daily
  • Adore Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament Weekly
  • Wear a Miraculous Medal
  • Receive Formation Monthly



Your Mission:

  • Conquer the World for the Pierced Hearts!

Upcoming Events

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Men's Retreat

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Lourdes

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Our Mother Foundress

Mother Adela Galindo, after founding the female community of the Servants of The Pierced Hearts of Jesus and Mary in 1990, felt the Lord calling her to give Him Priests and Brothers who would console his heart: they would be born of the wound of His Sacred Heart and womb of Our Lady.

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A Religious Family in the Heart of the Church

The SCTJM Brothers and Priests are part of the Religious Family of the Servants of the Pierced Hearts of Jesus and Mary. While the Brothers and the Sisters are two separate institutes, having the boundaries proper to Religious Life, they are also part of the same Religious Family and thus are united by the same charism. The primary manifestation of this communion is expressed through mutual prayer and service, particularly in those missions in which both Institutes will serve together.