Domus Dei Society of Apostolic Life
Domus Dei Clerical Society of Apostolic Life is a religious organization whose origin was founded by the Jesuit Father Alexander de Rhode in 1630, when the seeds of the Catholic faith were sown in Vietnam.
The mission of this Domus Dei community is to help the missionaries promote Christian evangelization, charity ministries, children’s education and catechism.
Ole Foundation strongly believes in feeding the spirit along with the body. As an effort to support ministry around the globe, the Ole Foundation sponsors men in the Domus Dei congregation who are selected for the priesthood. Seminarians attend the Holy Apostles College and Seminary in Connecticut.