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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Catholic Religious Australia endorses global compacts on migration and refugees

Catholic Religious Australia has endorsed the two “Global Compacts” on migration and refugees adopted by the United Nations last month.

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Art Guide - January 2019

The half-length image of St. Agnes comes from a multi-panelled altarpiece in the Duomo of Pisa. Agnes was believed to have been martyred in the fourth century.

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Reflection - With Mary…

Mary is the epitome of the lowly, the marginalised, for whom “there…  

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Saint Agnes, Pray for…

Remember now the dangers that surround me in the vale of tears, and…  

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From the Director - Christmas…

A Christmas message and thank you from Fr Trevor Trotter SSC, Regional…

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