The Continuing Legacy of Irish Missionaries

In today’s publication of The Irish Catholic Newspaper, coverage of Misean Cara and its members’ work in international development is featured in the paper’s World Mission Sunday supplement.

To read more about the missionaries profiled in the Mission Sunday supplement please click the links below:

To learn more about Haki Yetu and to support the work of Fr Gabriel in upholding human rights in Kenya, visit

Visit to learn more about Youth Alive Zimbabwe and how you can support its future.

To learn more about the Bauleni Special Needs Project, visit

Learn more about the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Cluny at

To learn more about the work of CATHCA, a partner of the Missionary Sisters of the Assumption, visit

Watch the WORLD MISSION SUNDAY Mass live on RTÉ , Sunday 23rd October at 11am!

The World Month of Missions culminates in Ireland with a celebration of a World Mission Sunday Mass on RTÉ , co-presented by Misean Cara, MISSIO Ireland (Pope Francis’s official charity for overseas mission / ) and AMRI (The Association of Leaders of Missionaries and Religious of Ireland / The Mass will air on RTÉ at 11am and can be watched live (or later) via the RTÉ Player.  

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