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Centre a beacon of hope for Mongolia’s abandoned children

Catholic Mission is highlighting the work of the Don Bosco Caring Centre in Mongolia, which provides children with shelter and a place where they can find warmth, food, and care.

Africa Mission

Fr Mario reflects on one year of mission in South Sudan

Franciscan Father Mario Debattista sees the heart of the Church at work in the every-day faith of ordinary people. Source: The Catholic Leader.

Charity Mission

Generosity of Australian Catholics helps more than 500,000 people

More than half a million people received access to health care, clean water, education and housing through Jesuit Mission Australia-supported programs in 14 countries last year, thanks to the generosity of the Australian Catholic community.

Education Mission

Jesuit speaks home truths to school leaders

Catholic schools are modern missionary territories. That was the message from Jesuit priest, film critic and former teacher Fr Richard Leonard SJ when he addressed 260 South Australian Catholic school leaders. Source: The Southern Cross.


An invitation to encounter God and enter into communion with him

Mission is tirelessly going out to all men and women to invite them with respect, joy and kindness, to encounter God and enter into communion with him, Pope Francis has written in his message for World Mission Sunday. Source: CNS and Catholic Mission.

Mission Priesthood

From Africa to regional Australia: Fr Eddie’s missionary journey

More than 12,000km from his home and family in Kenya, Fr Eddie Khaemba CSSP says while it has taken some time to become accustomed to life in a new country, he feels completely at home now as one of Australia’s many migrant priests. Source: The Bridge.

Charity Cost Of Living Mission

Emmanuel City Mission sees surge in demand

More people are seeing their budgets slip into the red with rises in rent, fuel and power bills, and the staff at Brisbane’s Emmanuel City Mission are seeing more newcomers through their door. Source: The Catholic Leader. 

Mission Religious Orders

Campervan hits the road to help missionaries in outback ministry

With the help of generous donors and partners in mission, the Divine Word Missionaries have taken delivery of a small campervan which will allow missionaries in Central Australia to visit outlying Aboriginal communities for longer periods. Source: In The Word.


Catholic Mission network supports people of Myanmar

Catholic Mission and its missionary network is supporting people in Myanmar, who are still experiencing hardships since the 2021 military coup.