World Mission Sunday
By Gail Finke The nearly two hundred men, women, and students who attended the US Catholic Mission Association (USCMA) national conference in Cincinnati last month come from different areas of the world and in serve different ways, but they all agree on one thing: Mission isn’t something you do, it’s
The World Mission Sunday Mass was held on Oct. 23, 2016 at St. Benedict the Moor Parish in Dayton. The celebrant of the Mass was Bishop Joseph Binzer. Afterward there was a celebration of fellowship and entertainment with local Catholics from the Rwandan, Nigerian, Ghanaian, Korean, Vietnamese, Filipino, Indian Syro-Malabar, Anglo, African-American, and
Dear Missionary Disciples, As our Holy Father was initiating the Holy Year of Mercy, he explained that the Church must “keep alive the desire to know how to welcome the numerous signs of the tenderness which God offers to the whole world and, above all, to those who suffer,
Staff Report This Sunday, Oct. 18, is World Mission Sunday. It is a day set aside by Pope Pius XI in 1926 for the Catholic Church to renew its commitment to being a missionary church. Today’s Throwback Thursday highlights an editorial cartoon on this very topic.
A Letter from The Most Reverend Dennis M. Schnurr, Archbishop of Cincinnati Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ, In his World Mission Sunday message for 2013, Pope Francis writes, “Everyone should be able to experience the joy of being loved by God, the joy of salvation! It is a gift
Wednesday, June 3, 2009 Michael Gable, director of the Mission Office of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, was awarded “Best Promotion of World Mission Sunday by a Propagation of the Faith director” by the Society of the Propagation of the Faith.