Dolores Echeverría Esparza, MJS
Founder of the Motolinía schools and the Missionaries of Jesus the Priest
“If we love the children whom we educate, they will correspond to that love allowing us to educate them.”
Missionaries of Jesus the Priest
With Father Edmundo Reygondaud Iturbide, Missionary of the Holy Spirit, support, Dolores Echeverria founded the Congregation of the Missionaries of Jesus the Priest on January 14, 1938, in Mexico City.
The Missionaries of Jesus the Priest serve and govern Motolinía's university, Colleges and Institutes with a sole mission to educate and evangelize with a priestly spirit.
Their charisma is to honor Jesus Christ, priest and victim.
They dedicate their life to reveal the baptismal priesthood throughout the educational community, praying and working, for the increment and sanctification of priests.
All the Missionaries of Jesus the Priest's efforts are based on priestly spirituality, Jesus Christ as our mediator, merciful and faithful priest.
Faith Formation Center
We are an evangelized, evangelizer, and missionary community.
Our central axis is to seek transformation in Jesus the Priest, discovering the being and the way of the priestly spirituality, creating a foundation of faith experience.
The main elements of our spirituality are:
Mediating as living bridges
Applying the baptismal priesthood
Praying for the priest.
We attend the complete family forming our students, parents, teachers, and personnel.
Our program helps the students to know the elements of our faith and to project them into a missionary commitment. Our classes are competence-based, and systematically designed, with a qualitative collaborative evaluation approach. The program includes:
Spiritual conferences and retreats, Parenting and Grandparenting Schools, Holy Hour, Monthly Eucharist, Significant liturgical Eucharists and events, Yearly Pilgrimage, Apostolic Groups: Misioneros Laicos de Jesús Sacerdote, Familia Misionera de Jesús Sacerdote.
Motolinía Apostholic Groups
Niditos de María
Centinelas de Jesús Sacerdote