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.
Led by Fr. Mark Anthony SERNA, OMI, the young people of the parish, visited the streets under the bridge of To Kwa Wan.
My heart was resonated with “Bethlehemic Joy!” They hope that God will be gracious to grant their prayers to have a good chapel.
WESTERN SAHARA – I smile, we smile, we dream… Angels, shepherds, magi, stars, songs, cries… Marías and Josephs and Jesuses… in the Sahara.
Bishop Victor GNANAPRAGASAM, OMI, first Apostolic Vicar of Quetta, province of Baluchistan, Pakistan, passed away from this world on 12 December, 2020.
It was my first day with Saint Eugene and my heart was as big as the world. Saint Eugene, make us saints.
Oblates could provide much of this special aid to their people thanks to the assistance of the Global Oblate Fundraisers.
Understanding what God is saying to us at this time of pandemic also represents a challenge for the Church’s mission.
Woodman’s Point was within the boundaries of Fremantle Parish, which was under the care of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate.