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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Columban Centre for Christian-Muslim Relations Statement on the terrorist attacks in Christchurch

To Muslims I say, you are not “invaders” or “aliens”. You are not “other”. You are my sister and brother. You are family. You are citizens. You belong.

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Columban Superior General sends Letter of Solidarity to Muslim brothers and sisters in New Zealand

The Missionary Society of St. Columban condemns in the strongest possible terms the terrorist attacks which unfolded in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand on Friday, March 15, 2019 when 50 worshippers were brutally…

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Lenten Reflection - I’m…

After a moment of silence Fr. Paul looked around his small room and…  

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Fill my spirit with light…

Forgiving God, help me to embrace the Sacrament of Reconciliation…  

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Art Guide - March 2019

Portrait of Saint Joseph. Guido Reni (1575-1642) - In contrast to earlier…

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