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 priest reports from US - Mexico border

It is a delight to get to know people who keep their cultures, languages and customs - to hear the echoes of a high-pitched, melodic indigenous languages, or the brave songs of the socially aware people of El Salvador, accompanied…

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One-hundred years of emulating Saint Columban’s tenet as ‘pilgrims for Christ’

The Perth Missionary Society of St Columban celebrated its centenary to a full Como Parish congregation on 3 November

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Reflection - Not all…

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

Prayers

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The gift of your joy…

May the Saviour of the world protected in the arms of Mary...  

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Art Guide - November…

Giving of the Keys to St. Peter, from the Sistine Chapel (fresco, 1481)…

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