The Future of… Bro. Vincent Fernandez Adaikalasamy

When a man decides to become a Missionary Oblate, he must be willing to give up most of his worldly possessions in order to follow his calling. That wasn’t a problem for Bro. Vin

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The Future of… Bro. Vincent Fernandez Adaikalasamy

When a man decides to become a Missionary Oblate, he must be willing to give up most of his worldly possessions in order to follow his calling. That wasn’t a problem for Bro. Vin

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Sacrificing Everything

When she was in first grade, Lucia Borzaga would attend Mass presided by her older brothe

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Sacrificing Everything

When she was in first grade, Lucia Borzaga would attend Mass presided by her older brothe

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Help the mission poor with one gift that lasts all year!

Dear Friend in Christ, Our Annual Fund occurs only once each year, but the funds we

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The Future of… Bro. Vincent Fernandez Adaikalasamy

The Future of… Bro. Vincent Fernandez Adaikalasamy

When a man decides to become a Missionary Oblate, he…

Sacrificing Everything

Sacrificing Everything

When she was in first grade, Lucia Borzaga would attend…

Celebrating the 50th Jubilee Year in India

The Indian Oblate Mission was founded 50 years ago by…

Oblate Highlights: Fr. Pat Casey, OMI

Oblate Highlights: Fr. Pat Casey, OMI

Father Pat Casey, OMI, was inspired to become a priest…

Struggle and Hope: The People Served by the Oblates in Tijuana

Struggle and Hope: The People Served by the Oblates in Tijuana

When Fr. Jesse Esqueda, OMI, talks about his ministry in…

Donor Highlight: Robert & Ruth Kusenberger

Donor Highlight: Robert & Ruth Kusenberger

Robert and Ruth Kusenberger have lived lives full of blessings. …

Bringing “Angel Love” To China’s Children

Bringing “Angel Love” To China’s Children

In mega-cities and rural villages, Missionary Oblates are improving the…

A message to all our brothers and sisters affected by recent disasters…

A message to all our brothers and sisters affected by recent disasters…

As a member of the extended Oblate Mission’s family, you…