“We must prepare ourselves to be missionaries”
Workshop for Post-Novitiate Formators – “We must prepare and form our young people not for a mission, but to be missionaries”.
Pioneer members of the Oblate Mission of Ghana named
GHANA: The first Oblates who will form the apostolic community in the Mission of Ghana have been called to obedience by Father General
“I allowed myself to be evangelized by the poor”
KENYA: We can learn from the poor, especially making our own their patience, hope and solidarity. (C20, OMI CCRR)
The family grows in a time of pandemic
The joy was indescribable. Like the cork that pops out of the bottle of wine, our joy simply overflows…
“A Voice in the Desert. The Oblate Mission in the Sahara”.
The book on the history of the OMI Mission in the Sahara has finally seen the light of day.
OMI Priest feeds the poor living under the bridge
Led by Fr. Mark Anthony SERNA, OMI, the young people of the parish, visited the streets under the bridge of To Kwa Wan.
And they say there will be no Christmas …
WESTERN SAHARA – I smile, we smile, we dream… Angels, shepherds, magi, stars, songs, cries… Marías and Josephs and Jesuses… in the Sahara.
Bishop Victor passed away
Bishop Victor GNANAPRAGASAM, OMI, first Apostolic Vicar of Quetta, province of Baluchistan, Pakistan, passed away from this world on 12 December, 2020.
My first day with Saint Eugene of Mazenod! 25 years already…
It was my first day with Saint Eugene and my heart was as big as the world. Saint Eugene, make us saints.
Letter to the Congregation on the occasion of the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary – 2020
A little over two years ago, Bishop of the Diocese of Ho in Ghana, wrote to invite the Oblates of Mary Immaculate to open a mission in his diocese.
Forward Together: Listening for the Spirit
Understanding what God is saying to us at this time of pandemic also represents a challenge for the Church’s mission.
The work of an Oblate during the Spanish Flu
Woodman’s Point was within the boundaries of Fremantle Parish, which was under the care of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate.