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Sent: A Blog of Catholic Missionaries
Bearing Light to the World’s Darkest Places

Here’s How You Can Bring Hope to 20 Haitian Families this Easter Season

Fr. Randy     Apr 5, 2017 7:31:00 AM

For many, the Easter season is a time of hope and praise. It is a time of celebration and reflection upon the blessings we have been grateful enough to receive. For those living in Delmas, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, these things, along with Easter, seem very far off.

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Poverty: A Scandalous Condition in Lupang Pangako, Payatas, Quezon City

Aaron C. Tolosa     Aug 3, 2016 5:43:28 PM

Aaron C. Tolosa, former CICM seminarian, presented his thesis to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Maryhill School of Theology, Quezon City in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree Master of Arts, Major in Pastoral Ministry, on November 11, 2002 and received a grade of 1.753 and an overall average of...

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Are Catholic Priests Still Effective Missionaries?

Fr. Randy     May 25, 2016 11:46:04 AM

It is certainly no secret that much of the humanitarian aid and relief work all around the globe flows from distinctly Christian institutions — not a small amount of which are Catholic.  Not surprisingly, the impact these organizations have extends to nations where Christians are in the minority.

For example, only 2% of the...

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Evangelism Starts with Friendship: How Missionhurst is Spreading the Gospel in Japan

Fr. Randy     Mar 9, 2016 8:00:00 PM

Missionhurst shares its trials and strategies for bringing Christ to one of the most challenging missionary countries.

Even though religion is not very important to the Japanese culture, Japan is very important to the Missionhurst missionaries.

Our charism is to “go out to the whole world; proclaim the Gospel to all...

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Missionhurst Missionaries build Catholic communities in frontier situations: places where the gospel is not preached or lived. This blog is about their work in the four corners of the globe, and their holistic work in four areas of focus: relief and healthcare, socio-economic development, education, and pastoral work.

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