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Welcome to our New Missionaries

Over the past several months we have seen friends come and go, moving on to new assignments and missions. While saying goodbye is also sad, we are still happy to welcome Fathers Domenico Guarino and Mussie Keflezghi. Father Domenico arrived to the province in September and recently started his ministry in Covina,

Going Against Traffic

Another Comboni Missionary Sister Wins Top State Department Award By: Kathleen M. Carroll This story was originally featured in Comboni Missions magazine Winter 2019-2020 edition.  Every year the US State Department produces a Trafficking-in-Persons (TIP) Report, assessing efforts by world governments to combat human trafficking. Along with this report, the Department of State honors

A Time of Jubilee

by: Kathleen M. Carroll This story was originally featured in Comboni Missions magazine Winter 2019-2020 edition.  It is an oft-cited and integral part of St. Daniel Comboni’s vision: Save Africa with Africa. He did not intend to form a band of European “saviors;” on the contrary, he sought ways to lift up the people

MCCJ – What does that mean?

Often times our missionaries sign their names with the letters mccj at the end. Why? Father Joseph Bragotti, mccj answers that question for us. "Religious in general, including priests belonging to religious orders or congregations, have initials after their name to indicate the group they belong to. So, for instance, when you