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21st May 2013
An alliance of religious groups in the Philippines has expressed disappointment and frustration over the three-year-old Aquino government, particularly for its handling of ecology issues and agrarian reform, and its failure to resolve cases of human rights violations.
16th May 2013
Columbans joined more than 250 members of religious orders, priests and lay associates who have lobbied their members of parliament to push for action on global hunger, as part of the Enough Food for Everyone IF campaign.
14th May 2013
Justice and Peace (J&P) work nationally was celebrated on Saturday at the joint AGMs of the National Justice and Peace Network (NJPN) and Pax Christi, amidst worries that this mission is not more central to Catholic leaders in England and Wales.
13th May 2013
One of the legacies of Pope Benedict XVI is his plea to Catholics throughout the world to pray for the Chinese Church, especially on the feast of Our Lady, Help of Christians on May 24th.
9th May 2013
For several years the Columban’s Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation (JPIC) Office in Chile has worked with other religious organisations to review the issue of Water, from an ethical point of view.
7th May 2013
More than 2,000 Catholic migrants living and working in London brought colour and international music to a special Mass for Migrants at Westminster Cathedral on Monday, 6 May. Columbans were there too, since mission to migrants is a high priority of Columban mission.
3rd May 2013
Hundreds of priests, religious and lay associates will meet their MPs on Wednesday 15 May to push for action on global hunger in a mass lobby organised by CAFOD as part of the Enough Food for Everyone IF campaign. Columban missionaries will be among those gathering from around the country.
1st May 2013
As you prepare to welcome the gifts of the Spirit at Pentecost, please consider making a donation to support Columban mission. Regional Director Fr. Tom O’Reilly shares the seasonal letter he sent this week to all our supporters.
30th April 2013
When he bent down on his knees in the youth detention jail in Rome on Holy Thursday, washed and kissed the feet of the juvenile prisoners and also a mother and child and a Muslim, Pope Francis sent a message to Catholic Church leaders
29th April 2013
Indigenous Kachins are celebrating in Myanmar and China as a Kachin is ordained to the priesthood in China. Columban missionaries have a long history of working with the Kachin, particularly in Myitkyina Diocese.
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