There is no road—only muskeg between two villages—where Northern Ontario missionary serves.
Author: Catholic Missions in Canada (Catholic Missions in Canada)
We’re hoping there are still a few old pennies around, waiting to be used to help a missionary with gas for a pickup, or a week’s groceries, or repairs to a snowmobile, or catechetical materials for faith instruction.
Many ask, ‘When are you building the church?’ The answer always is: ‘When we have enough money!’
As an Oblate missionary from Lesotho, Africa, working in the Diocese of Moosonee in the James Bay area in Northern Ontario, I have encountered many challenges...
The vocation to missionary work seems extraordinary to some, but it takes skills similar to any other work in remote areas
On a warm evening, you can hear carefree peals of laughter ring out from children playing on Angel Beach.
Kay Booker, president of the St. Patrick Catholic Women’s League Council in Markham, Ontario, recently presented Catholic Missions In Canada president Father Philip Kennedy with a chalice, paten and ciborium...
I would like to celebrate the generosity of St. Gertrude’s parish in Woodstock, New Brunswick. Through them, we in St. Maria Goretti parish in Lynn Lake, Manitoba, have experienced a variation on the Good Samaritan story.
What an awesome gift—from December 20 to January 3 (from the Thursday of the Third Week of Advent until the Thursday following Mary the Mother of God)—I was blessed to offer pastoral ministry to a few missions in the Mackenzie-Fort Smith diocese.