Brother Ocean

Brother Ocean The Pacific Ocean viewed from Woodlark Island in Papua New Guinea, the station of the PIME Missionaries’first martyr, Blessed John Mazzucconi.By Fr. Giorgio Licini, PIME In Poland, the UN returns to discussing a report about climate by the Caritas of the Pacific states. An ecological question coincides with the recognition of the bond […]


The Saints Next Door

The Saints Next DoorBy Fr. Piero Masolo, PIME In Algeria for the past four years, a PIME Missionary re-reads the figures of the 19 Algerian martyrs to be beatified: “I often feel that they are accompanying me.” “Our Church is experiencing an intense joy, we are given the grace of being able to remember our […]


Mission in the Heart of the City

Mission in the Heart of the City Fr. Giovanni Demaria, PIME, poses for a picture with those whom he works alongside at Our Lady of Fatima in Bissau.By Emanuela Citterio In the parish of Fatima, in the Bissau Center, there is the need for faith and also daily needs. The testimony of Fr. Giovanni Demaria, […]


A Mission in the Megalopolis of Tokyo

A Mission in the Megalopolis of Tokyo Fr. Andrea Lembo, PIME, works with young people to help those spiritually lost in the sprawling mega-city of Tokyo, Japan.By Emanuela Citterio Facing the challenge presented by the boys and girls of the Japanese capital means meeting them in their physical and existential places. This is the story of […]


The Heart of Cameroon

The Heart of Cameroon The sun sets on the beautiful, yet wildly differing, landscape of Cameroon.This isolated corner of the world is home to one of the best cardiac centers in all of Africa.By Anna Pozzi A center of cardio surgical excellence in the Cameroon forest; here, adults and children with heart conditions have the […]


My Thailand: Looking for a Future

My Thailand: Looking for a Future Young people gather to pray at Fr. Maurizio’s church, Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Lampang, Thailand. By  Giorgio Bernardelli The life of a missionary among the tribes of the mountains; where the forest today is less isolated even than a few years ago, but where there are also […]


New Mission: Ancient Problems

New Mission: Ancient Problems Fr. Mathew converses with a women suffering from Hansen’s Disease and her family, in his former mission in Maroua.By Patrick CarrollFr. Mathew Kaniyamparambil, PIME, began his Missionary Priesthood assigned to the Far North of Cameroon; an area is known for its inhospitable nature. Two years ago he set out on a […]


#GivingTuesday: A Day for Families

#GivingTuesday: A Day for Families What is #GivingTuesday and why should we participate? #GivingTuesday is a global day of giving. In a season focused on our families and giving thanks for what we have, #GivingTuesday means to bring focus also to our global family. Individuals, communities, and organizations in over 100 countries worldwide will come […]


Voices from the Days of Nepi

Voices from the Days of Nepi As members of the General Administrations of the eight male and female exclusively missionary Institutes founded in Italy – Consolata, PIME, Xaverians, Comboni – we met on August 5-12 at the house of the Consolata Sisters in Nepi, to pray and reflect together on the mission ad gentes. Forty-three […]


Manila: The Tumultuous Years

Manila: The Tumultuous Years His Excellency Pedro Bantigue (center) called the PIME Missionaries to one of their first socio-politicalclimates in the Philippines in order to strengthen it.By Anna Pozzi In the capital of the Philippines, PIME has known some of the most difficult situations in the midst of a dictatorship. When the local bishop, His […]