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St. Francis Xavier

A deep spirituality led to mission.


St. Philippine Duchesne

If tenacity is a trait of a missioner, Mother Philippine had it in spades.


St. Frances Cabrini

She was a beacon of hope for immigrants.


Ready to serve

“Come, grow with us!” Those could be the words of welcome at Final Oaths liturgy and Ordination Mass this past […]


St. Mother Theodore Guerin

Name: Mother Théodore Guérin Lived: 1798-1856 Feast day: October 3 Though not as well-known as other American missioner saints, St. […]


First communions continue despite pandemic

After delaying First Communion for more than three months, a group of young men and women at St. Teresa of […]


St. Daniel Comboni

“The Missioner must be prepared for everything: for joy and sadness, for life and death, for embrace and abandonment, and […]


St. John Paul II

“What really matters in life is that we are loved by Christ and that we love Him in return. In […]


St. Isaac Jogues

“Pray that God unite me to Himself inseparably.”


Confronting racism: Glenmary works for equality in missions and beyond

If anything defined the summer of 2020 besides the coronavirus, it was the cry for racial justice. It is a […]