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18th October 2014
It was a blessing and privilege for me to participate in the Rome opening of celebrations to mark the 1400th anniversary of the death of St Columban. The Irish saint is the patron of the Missionary Society of St Columban.
15th October 2014
Last Sunday, Cardinal Seán Brady, retired archbishop of Armagh, Ireland, was the Principal Celebrant at Mass at the Church of Santa Maria sopra Minerva in Rome, marking the 1400th anniversary of the death of Saint Columbanus.
8th October 2014
Thank you for your amazing response to our September Appeal 2014! Fr. Tom O’Reilly, Regional Director, writes to you all and shares our recent encounters with the Fijian Catholic Community in the UK,
1st October 2014
The Autumn 2014 newsletter of the Columban JPIC Team (Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation) focuses on Peacemaking.
26th September 2014
We are seeking to appoint a self-motivated and flexible Administration Officer to support the Columban Missionaries in Britain as we begin a new phase in our development towards and beyond our centenary year in 2018.
26th September 2014
On Sunday 30th of March 2014, the dream of the people of Haloki in Pakistan was finally realized when Dar-ul-Baseerat was officially opened. Fr Liam O’Callaghan was there and bore witness to what your support has helped to achieve.
23rd September 2014
From New York to London, Mumbai to Sydney – more than 700,000 people across 161 countries took to the streets in 2,700 events on Sunday, to call for strong action at the historic climate summit of world leaders in New York on 23 September.
19th September 2014
On 23 September, 120 world leaders – including Prime Minister David Cameron – will meet for an historic climate change summit in New York.
12th September 2014
Fr. Tomas King in Pakistan reports on how gifts from Columban benefactors in Britain are helping children and young people of the Parkari Kohli tribal people to receive an education.
9th September 2014
From 22nd June to 5th July of this year I represented the British region at the International Conference of Columban Lay Missionaries in Seoul, Korea.
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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.