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The staff of the Mission Office supervises the missionary work of the Church, provides educational programs about this work, and manages financial appeals that support the missions.
The purpose of this office is to enable the members of our Archdiocese to realize their responsibility as missionaries bestowed on them in baptism to extend the mission begun by Jesus to the ends of the earth.
See our Mission Educators hard at work!
Click on any of the links below to see the photos:
Children's Reflections on the Prayer Requests of the Pope (via the Apostleship of Prayer)
Go to the official site of the Propagation of the Faith to learn more about such things as World Mission Sunday and how you can help.
Catechists and religious educators can visit www.MissionInScripture.org for mission reflections and activities related to the Sunday Gospels, both general and specific to the Year of Faith. And, just added to the MCA website – Mission In the Year of Faith – which includes the texts of the Holy Father’s new lessons on the faith, in the Year of Faith, as well as questions for critical thinking connected with this series of instructions.
To purchase a world mission rosary visit The Society for the Propagation of the Faith national web site at (www.worldmissionrosary.org). Both adult and children’s Rosaries are available and you can also get a free Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen prayer card.
To make a donation on-line with a major credit card to the national office visit www.iamamissionary.org
To order Holy Childhood Christmas cards on-line with a major credit card visit www.givetothemissions.org
The national organizations served by the Mission Office are as follows: The Society for the Propagation of the Faith, Catholic Relief Services, The Holy Childhood Association, The Society of St. Peter the Apostle, American Board of Catholic Missions, The Catholic Near East Association, The Apostleship of Prayer, Campaign for Human Development, Religious Retirement, Afro- and Native American Missions, Aid for the Church in Eastern Europe, American Bishops’ Overseas Aid Appeal, Holy Places, Rice Bowls, and Work of the Holy Father (Peter’s Pence).