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eBulletin - January 2024

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Recalling Columban beginnings in Aotearoa/New Zealand

On January 12, we remembered at mass the anniversary of Fr. Jim McGlynn, who died in 1988. He was the man who established a Columban presence…
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Christmas and the struggle of migrants and refugees in Chile

In 2023, more than 100 migrants from 6 countries were given short-term accommodation in our two Migrant Houses. We offer a place to become established…
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Twenty-first Century Mission

Immigrants are the energy band in today’s world. They energise economies at home with their remittances and away with their energy and ingenuity.…
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Arai Xinpu (Thank you, Father)

For indigenous people, it is a time of special grace when they hear the gospel and pray in their native language rather than Chinese. I am glad…
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Embracing the Columban Vocation & Mission - Joseph Park Yosup

I met Christ in the people's hearts of people selling food on the street. And I also met Christ in the innocence of children and the youth. I…
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Episode 40 - Through Baptism, we have the same sonship as Jesus.

The Baptism of Jesus manifests his unity with God and his status as God's beloved Son. Through our baptisms with the same Spirit as Jesus, we…
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2023 Columban Christmas Appeal

Support the Columban Christmas Appeal, providing comfort to the lonely, hope to the despairing, and assistance to those facing challenging circumstances…
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2023 Columban Christmas Appeal

Support the Columban Christmas Appeal, providing comfort to the lonely, hope to the despairing, and assistance to those facing challenging circumstances through our various ministries and outreach programs in the many countries where we serve.