The first Spanish Brothers arrived in Argentina in 1931. There were four of them. After meeting with difficulties characteristic of the beginnings and many trials, at San Miguel and Tucumán, for example, they set up the Cardinal Copello College in Buenos Aires.
The house of formation is located at Bialet Massé, at a distance of 750 km from Buenos Aires. The climatic and geographical conditions make it an ideal place for formation. Nowadays, the institution provides education also for young people of Bialet Massé.
In 1967, at Villa Gobernador Gálvez, the Capuchin Fathers left to the Brothers the burden of a secondary and technical college which includes 1200 students today.
Finally, in 1987, at the request of the parish priest, the Brothers accept the management of a primary, secondary and technical school including 1000 students at Lujan de Cuyo.
There are about 30 brothers in the province.