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Missionary Ministries

Amigos de Jesus
Amigos de Jesús was founded in 1997 by a Honduran nun Sister Teresita, an American lay couple, Christine and Anthony Granese, and a Philadelphia Priest, Father Dennis O’Donnell. Since then, our small community has grown to support more than 50 children on site and nearly 250 children at local orphanages. We now have two residential dorm facilities, a chapel, a school and computer lab, and 75 acres of farmland.

Black and Indian Mission Office
Tirelessly supporting Catholic evangelization efforts among Black, Indian, and Indigenous communities throughout the United States.

Catholic Church Extension Society
The Catholic Church Extension Society strengthens the Church's presence and mission in under-resourced and isolated communities across the United States.

Catholic Medical Mission Board
Our Vision - A world in which every human life is valued and quality healthcare is available to all. Our Mission Rooted in the healing ministry of Jesus, Catholic Medical Mission Board works collaboratively to provide quality healthcare programs and services, without discrimination, to people in need around the world.

Catholic Mission
Is the official mission aid agency of the Catholic Church, continuing the mission of Jesus Christ in the world. Catholic Mission reaches out, gives life and calls all people in the world to faith, justice and love. Catholic Mission operates in over 160 countries to support initiatives in 1100 dioceses, including remote Australia.

Catholic Mission - Australia
We are the Australian arm of the Catholic Church's global mission aid agency in a worldwide network known as the Pontifical Mission Societies. For more than 185 years we have been working to achieve 'Life for all' in more than 160 countries. Join us today.

Catholic Network of Volunteer Service
Catholic Network of Volunteer Service (CNVS), established in 1963, is a non-profit membership organization of 200 domestic and international volunteer and lay mission programs. Currently, more than 10,000 volunteers and lay missioners serve in these programs throughout the U.S. and in 108 other countries.

Catholic World Ministries
CWM has heeded the Pope’s call to spread the Faith and bring education to people in the mission land

Franciscan Works
Dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty for children and families through material and spiritual support and a Catholic education. A U.S. - based not-for-profit working in some of the poorest countries in the world, MHI provides financial and volunteer support so that poor and orphaned children can thrive with a home, food, medical care, faith formation and a first-rate education.

Holy Childhood Association
Today, HCA continues to follow the vision of Bishop Forbin-Janson – “children helping children.” After learning about the great needs of the world’s poorest children, young people are invited to pray and to offer financial help so that children in the Missions today may know Christ and experience His love and care.

Homeboy Industries
Provides hope, training, and support to formerly gang-involved and previously incarcerated men and women allowing them to redirect their lives and become contributing members of our community

International Fides
News of Catholic missions throughout the world

Jesuit Refugee Service - USA
Its mission to accompany, serve and defend the rights of these vulnerable and often forgotten people.

Madonna House Apostalate
A family of Christian lay men, women, and priests, striving to incarnate the teachings of Jesus Christ by forming a community of love.(through outreach).

Maryknoll Fathers & Brothers
Catholic church in the U.S. in missions overseas.

Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers of the Africa Region
The Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America, popularly known as the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers , has worked in Africa since 1946. These missionaries are Catholic Priests and Brothers from the United States of America, who in response to their own Christian faith, have committed themselves to lifelong service to mission outside of their home nation. Originally directed to share the Good News of Salvation with the peoples of Tanzania and Kenya, Maryknoll's missionary endeavors in Africa now extend to five countries

Maryknoll Lay Missioners
Where the compassion of the faithful transforms lives.

Maryknoll Sisters
Making God's love visible.

Missionaries of Africa
The Missionaries of Africa were founded over 130 years ago for the Evangelization of Africa. They continue today to remain faithful to their call to share the life and mission of Jesus, and to give witness to the Gospel in Africa and among Africans wherever they may be

Missionaries of Charity
The Society was founded by Mother M. Teresa, M.C. in Calcutta, India, and now has houses on every continent and in most of the countries of the world. Their particular mission is to labor for the salvation and the sanctification of the poorest of the poor all over the world.

Missionary Society of St. Columban
By virtue of our baptism, all of us are called to mission. The Columban Fathers invite you to partner with us in the service of this mission

Missionhurst - Congregation of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
Missionhurst~CICM (the Congregation of the Immaculate Heart of Mary) was founded in 1862 by a Belgian diocesan priest Theophile Verbist for the evangelization of China. Inspired by our founder’s devotion, Missionhurst mission- aries have proclaimed the Good News of the Gospel in some of the most remote places on earth. Today, almost a thousand priests and brothers from the United States, Latin America, Europe, Africa, and Asia, continue serving and caring for God’s poorest and most neglected people around the world

Mother Teresa of Calcutta Center
Established by the Missionaries of Charity; aims to support and promote authentic knowledge of and devotion to Mother Teresa.......

Salesians Missions
Our Mission is to teach young people various trades that will help them find decent jobs and become self-sufficient, contributing members of society

Society of the Divine World
Roman Catholic missionary order of priests and brothers serving the Church in 60+ countries

SURVIVE-MIVA is a Catholic Lay Association, founded in Liverpool, UK in 1974. We exist to provide one vital element for successful health, pastoral, educational and developmental work in developing countries - a means of transport.

The Society for the Propagation of the Faith
The Society for the Propagation of the Faith was founded in Lyons, France, in 1822 by a young French laywoman, Pauline Jaricot. Inspired by stories she heard about missionary work in China, she felt called by the Lord to help the Catholic Church's worldwide missionary work.

The Society of St. Peter the Apostle
Today, there are some 30,000 seminarians studying in 500 major seminaries throughout the Developing World. Support provided through the Society for St. Peter Apostle ensures that these young men may continue to answer the call to serve as priests.

Working for a just world. Trócaire is the official overseas development agency of the Catholic Church in Ireland.

Xavier Missionaries
We, Xaverian Missionaries, are a religious community of priests and brothers founded in 1895 by Blessed Guido M. Conforti. Inspired by the life and dreams of St. Francis Xavier, who left his home country and family to preach the Word of God to distant lands, we contribute towards making of the world one single family by proclaiming in word and action the Good News of God's Reign to non-Christians. We respond to Jesus Christ's invitation to be His witnesses to the ends of the world by a life-long commitment to serving the poorest among the poor.