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15th May 2015
For the past number of years, in Birmingham, I have been on a journey of solidarity. It has been an experience not of deprivation and burden, but one of gift and joy.
12th May 2015
We are seeking to appoint a self-motivated and reliable Fundraising and Finance Assistant to support the Columban Missionaries in Britain as we begin a new phase in our development towards and beyond our centenary year
2nd May 2015
Fr. Tom O’Reilly, Regional Director for Britain, writes to supporters about the recent short-term mission experience of seven Columban associates on the US-Mexico border and their growing awareness of the Spirit breaking into our world.
1st May 2015
We invite parishes and communities in Britain to walk alongside Columbans and ‘friends of St. Columban’ by organising your own pilgrimage walk to celebrate the life of St. Columban, whose 1400th anniversary we celebrate in 2015.
1st May 2015
In the Far East May/ June 2015 edition we explore the topics of inter-religious dialogue to promote peace and better relationships between Christians and Muslims, we discover the importance of an education centre in Myanmar and we meet
30th April 2015
Join Columban JPIC at the annual Migrants Mass at London’s Southwark Cathedral on Monday 4 May. The 11.00 AM Mass at St George’s Cathedral will be celebrated
28th April 2015
As the world celebrated Earth Day on April 22, a day to celebrate our work for wholeness, healing, and restoring right relationships with God’s Creation, Columban Shay Cullen appeared before the US Congress
27th April 2015
The link below provides a 10 minute video showing the work of Project Warmi Huasi in the Columban parish of Our Lady of the Missions in Lima, Peru. Two Columbans serve the parish – Fr Ed O’Connell and Fr John Hegarty.
24th April 2015
To celebrate the 1400th anniversary of the death of Saint Columban numerous events have been organised to take place this year.
23rd April 2015
‘Climate Changes Everything: A vigil of hope & solidarity’ will be held at Maria Assumpta Chapel and Milleret House Library in Kensington Square, Kensington, on 1 May – 6-8pm.
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Dates for your diary
Click here for a list of mission appeals, conferences and other events where Columban missionaries are involved in the near future.