A member of the Missionaries of Africa (White Fathers) Fr Michael P. O’Sullivan has “extensive mission experience” in Africa and the Middle East.
The response to Pope Francis’ Extraordinary Missionary Month has been hugely successful in the Catholic Church across the world - The Irish News.
Individuals, schools, organisations, dioceses, parishes, communities and congregations urged to participate in a series of initiatives to celebrate October’s Extraordinary Month of Mission (EMM2019).
When an “extraordinary” year or month is declared, the Pope is asking us to become more focused and attentive during this special time, says Julieann Moran, national secretary of World Missions Ireland.
Encouraging children to pray for other children is a key part of the work of the Society of Missionary Children.
Jane Boland's design depicts so much that’s positive and important in our ever changing world – creativity, community, embracing different cultures, nature, and technology, says World Missions Ireland.
“Reach Out and Spread the Joy” thinking about the work of Irish missionaries abroad
The Archbishop highlighted the importance of events like Miles for Mission in raising awareness of overseas mission.
“They have been wonderful in their ability to contribute. Very often, as missionaries, they just do the work – they are not looking for the limelight.”
Sr Teresa McKeon of the St Joseph of Cluny congregation has been honoured by the President of Sierra Leone for her “dedicated and meritorious service to the state in the field of education and the development of women”.
Former RTE special correspondent will speak in Kerry about his experience of visiting missionary projects in the Philippines and Korea.
The Society of Missionary Children is governed by World Missions Ireland which supports missionaries and mission projects in up to 80 countries.
Rev Professor John A. Ryan of St Patrick’s Missionary Society has been selected as the new Bishop of Mzuzu.
“It was an amazing experience and I met so many remarkable Irish missionaries doing incredible work" - former RTE journalist Charlie Bird.
Report on the work of Irish missionaries in the Philippines and Korea helping the marginalised and most disadvantaged.
“Each one of us is asked to leave our comfort zones and reach out to others to spread the joy of the Gospel. But in order to evangelise, we need first to be evangelised ourselves."
"We have been helped enormously by our brothers and sisters in Ireland and other countries and this sustains us mentally, spiritually and financially.”
ONE meal cookery challenge seeks dinner menus to feed a family of six for €5.