World Mission Sunday – Do good on earth

| October 10, 2013 | 0 Comments


This year’s World Mission Sunday theme is “Do Good on Earth.” Look inside this special section for stories of people doing good, from a nun, above, saving children from trafficking in India to a deacon from Fairbanks, Alaska — the last mission diocese in the country — on the road thanking donors across the country. World Mission Sunday is celebrated this year on Oct. 20.

How are you being called to join in God’s mission?

Missionary activity is service to hurting world, pope says

Edina jeweler used skills to help poor in Venezuela

Indian nun works to save children from trafficking

What is the Center for Mission anyway?


Sharing the gift of faith in mission

The mission programs featured in the following stories receive funds from The Society for the Propagation of the Faith, one of the four pontifical missionary societies and the largest Catholic organization promoting missionary awareness and distributing funds for the missions. It serves 1,150 dioceses in Asia, Africa, the Pacific Islands, remote regions of Latin America and one in the U.S.

Last U.S. mission diocese relies on its many donors to keep things going

Gospel flourishing in remote villages of Papua New Guinea

Mission funds help Archbishop Flynn School meet needs of students in Uganda

Ghana diocese uses funds for basic services in the communities it serves


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