“Fascinated by a priest and his style of life, I decided to be like him. Then, I met the Comboni Missionaries. Immediately I understood that that would be my life”. Father Anane Joseph Nhyirana tells us his story.
An Argentine priest promotes the Gospel through Face book, early morning, as a spiritual food for the day. The missionary runs a community-based rehabilitation program for drug addicts in an urban parish in Manila.
The work we are doing as Comboni Missionaries and Comboni Lay Missionaries in the concrete situation of migration is essentially accomplished by networking with associations, organizations and movements, both ecclesial and social, involved in this area in recognizing and defending Continue reading →
A community of 40 nuns from different nationalities. A melting pot of faith and prayers, where priests, religious and lay people can find the Benedictine monastic spirituality embodied in the African culture.
A heart filled with passion for service to the young has brought Fr. Vicenzo Bordo, OMI, to go beyond peripheries into the “no man’s land” – the dark corners, inhospitable situations of abuse and exploitation – reaching out to the Continue reading →