Who are the Columbans?

Columbans are a missionary society of priests who work in cooperation with lay people and Columban Sisters in 16 countries from a standpoint of solidarity with the poor and integrity of creation. Formally founded in 1918, St Columbans Mission Society takes its name from St Columban, Ireland's sixth century missionary to Europe. Read more about us


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Anti-Poverty Week and International Day for the Eradication of Poverty

Anti-Poverty Week encourages all Australians to organise/take part in an activity aiming to highlight or overcome issues of poverty in Australia or overseas.

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Columbans celebrate Centenary in Brisbane

The Columban Fathers’ mission of spreading the Gospel message across the world has been honoured at a Mass to celebrate the order’s centenary.

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Reflection - Not all…

How is it,” a woman asked at a prayer meeting, “that though I really…  


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Help us to transmit the…

Help us to transmit the faith by the infectiousness of love, expressed…  

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Art Guide - August 2018

The Assumption of the Virgin and the Saints Julian and Miniato (1449-50,…

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