As Haiti slowly recovers from an earthquake that killed thousands, Fr. Albert Cator’s story is inspiring amazement and thanksgiving.
GHANA: The first Oblates who will form the apostolic community in the Mission of Ghana have been called to obedience by Father General
ZIMBABWE: The OMISA Provincial, Fr Neil FRANK, and the Provincial Treasurer, Fr Charles RENSBURG made a visit to Zimbabwe.
UNITED STATES: The “Kairos in Prison Retreat” is a Christian-based retreat specially designed to help the incarcerated meet other Christians in the same situation.
KENYA: We can learn from the poor, especially making our own their patience, hope and solidarity. (C20, OMI CCRR)
By seeing Jesus in the face of the poor, we may allow ourselves to be evangelized by them.
The joy was indescribable. Like the cork that pops out of the bottle of wine, our joy simply overflows…
Villagers dream to have a small village Church of their own for worship! They trust in God’s Providence.
The Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate continue to play a significant role in many of the most difficult missions around the world.
The book on the history of the OMI Mission in the Sahara has finally seen the light of day.
This year, the Province of Cameroon celebrates its 75 years of missionary presence and action under the theme “Let us go forward with hope”.
The first group of Oblate missionaries came to Pakistan exactly 50 years ago, on February 14, 1971 from Sri Lanka.