Currently, three confreres serve in the mission: Fr. Henry Grodecki from the United States, Fr. Humberto Aristizabal Sanchez from Colombia, and Fr. Shijo Kanjirathamkunnel from India. The mission is based in the Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe of the Archdiocese of Anchorage-Juneau. The mission serves the Spanish-speaking populations in the cities of Anchorage, Wasilla, Kodiak, Juneau, and Ketchikan. After five years of serving the Hispanic population in the diocese of Fairbanks, Vincentians will not be going anymore from October 2021 as they have a new group of priests from Argentina. Archbishop Andrew Bellisario, C.M., appointed Fr. Shijo as the Director of the Hispanic Ministry in the Archdiocese. The confreres who wish to join the Alaska mission need to speak English and Spanish. In addition, the following skills are imperative for a missionary in Alaska: the ability to drive an automobile, strong pastoral skills, and adaptability to extreme climatic conditions.