Features

  Speaking the truth can be a risky undertaking

Sep 18, 2019
History is full of heroes arrested, tried in a court, condemned, and put to death for speaking the truth, challenging injustice and oppression, taking a stand against what is clearly wrong and immoral.
Read more

  The Virgin Mary's inspiration

Sep 11, 2019
In a country where poverty amidst plenty is the order of the day, where workers do not have security of tenure, where the urban poor have no secure place to live, how relevant is Mary's Magnificat?
Read more

  Amazonia Synod’s implications for the Philippines

Jul 15, 2019
The Synod of the Amazon is important to us in the Philippines because it reminds us that our local realities are the loci where our collaborative efforts to care for our common home need to be forged, nurtured and sustained.
Read more

  The drug corporations that kill

Jun 05, 2019
In the Philippines, the law against illegal drugs is draconian. A person in possession of a small amount of drugs can get 12 years in prison. A suspect in possession of a small amount of crystal meth can be shot dead.
Read more

  Sharing the pain

May 29, 2019
Then, as if on cue, waves of people began ambling over to the stand from the various entrances around the park. It was a very moving experience as we remembered and named the 50 people who had been murdered in the two mosques in Christchurch.
Read more

  Human trafficking - Trading in human misery and despair

May 06, 2019
Wherever there is injustice, oppression and corruption, human traffickers will not be far behind
Read more

  Columban Society Leader sends Letter of Solidarity to Muslim brothers and sisters in New Zealand

Mar 21, 2019
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.
Read more

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

Mar 18, 2019
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.
Read more

  Sowing the seeds of interfaith in seminarians

Mar 15, 2019
On 21-22 February, Columban Fr Patrick McInerney presented on “Interreligious Dialogue” and “Islam & Christian-Muslim Relations” at the Holy Spirit Seminary, Parramatta. 14 seminarians attended.
Read more

  Do Whatever You Can, Using the Talents We Have

Feb 27, 2019
"The children would wait every day to be fed. They had no activities" and he realised that if he were trained he could make a difference in their lives.
Read more

  Fr Shay opposes lowering age of criminal liability in Philippines

Feb 06, 2019
The Preda Foundation has written an open letter, co-signed by Fr Cullen and Francis B. Bermido Jr, executive director of the foundation, to the senators informing them of their concerns regarding the vote and urging them to vote against lowering the age of criminal liability.
Read more

2021 Columban Mid-Year Appeal

Support the Columban Mid-Year Appeal in solidarity with those living in desperate times with little hope for the future.


2022 Columban Art Calendar - PRE-ORDER

2022 Columban Art Calendar - PRE-ORDER

Code : 140

In Stock - September 2021 | CALENDAR

$10.00  

1 Calendar $10.00 Special Offer: Buy more than one Calendar and pay $8.00 for each additional. Price exc P&H

See all products