ST. VINCENT PALLOTTI SCHOOL

Babusahibpalya, Bangalore – 560043

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Who are we?

St. Vincent Pallotti (1795-1850) was born to Petro Paolo Pallotti and Maria Maddalena de Rosa in Rome on April 21, 1795.

 

At the core of Pallotti’s spirituality was his humility, and his joy sprung from his overwhelming awareness of God’s infinite love and mercy. This love urged him to respond to the material and spiritual needs of those in need: young and old, men and women, sick and poor.

Pallotti knew that without the cooperation of others, he would not be able to help those in need. God saw Pallotti’s deep desire to help others and inspired him to found the Union of the Catholic Apostolate, an organization that extended equal membership to the laity, the religious and the clergy, and accorded equal merit to every work undertaken by them.

The Society of the Catholic Apostolate (The Pallottines) was founded over 150 years ago. Pallotti’s dream was to educate the uneducated and he was actively involved in educating children and the young.

Today, the Pallottines have educational institutions in fortysix countries across the globe. Today, in India, we have educational institutions in Maharashtra, Goa, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi, Jharkhand, Bihar, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.

Our History

Our History

St. Vincent Pallotti (1795-1850) was born to Petro Paolo Pallotti and Maria Maddalena de Rosa in Rome on April 21, 1795.

 At the core of Pallotti’s spirituality was his humility, and his joy sprung from his overwhelming awareness of God’s infinite love and mercy. This love urged him to respond to the material and spiritual needs of those in need: young and old, men and women, sick and poor.

Pallotti knew that without the cooperation of others, he would not be able to help those in need. God saw Pallotti’s deep desire to help others and inspired him to found the Union of the Catholic Apostolate, an organization that extended equal membership to the laity, the religious and the clergy, and accorded equal merit to every work undertaken by them.

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Babusahibpalya,
Bangalore
560043

080-49535226 / 25603768

svp.school43@yahoo.com

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