Indian Institute of Spirituality (IIS), managed by THE MISSIONARIES OF ST. FRANCIS DE SALES (MSFS), is a religious institute designed to study Christian spirituality and live it in the context of the spirituality of Indian religions. It encourages clear and creative thinking, in consonance with the teachings of the Church and the dictates of the Gospel, conducive to an experience of the supreme truth, Sat-Cit-Ananda, through selfless service and loving commitment to Truth.
Indian Institute of Spirituality is envisioned to be an exemplary institute of Fromation for Religious, Priests and Lay people inspired by St Francis de Sales and guided by the norms of Christian values and principles. With transformative, contemporary programs accompanied by competent Formators and Resource Persons and enriched by the spiritualites of the East and the West the Institute will provided the Church with human, holy, learned and service-oriented personnel.
With openness to God and to St Francis de Sales Indian Institute of Spirituality will commit itself to the holistic growth of the students and will create a formative ambience for the students’ self-discovery and ongoing maturity as Christians. Attracted to the values of Christ and moulded in the piety, wisdom and gentleness of St Francis de Sales, our patron, they will be empowered to be effective Christian Missionaries in the new millennium.
Click below for Details about each course:
The Diploma Course in Spiritual Theology, offered by the Indian Institute of Spiritualityread More
The Licentiate (MTh) in Spirituality conducted by the Indian Institute of Spirituality...read More
Doctorate in Spiritual Theology offered by the IIS is oriented to assist doctoral students to make personal...read More
Experience God's Presence
The Feast of the Patron of Missionaries of St Francis de Sales will be celebrated at Vinayalaya, Provincial House, Ma...
Through this inter-religious dialogue, Indian Institute of Spirituality would like to highlight its commitment to a p...
The greatest evil in communities and in individuals is not that of having defects, but that of being unaware of them.Fr Peter Mermier