The Diocesan Mission Council aims to help the people of the Diocese to experience our call to mission as a community of people living and sharing our faith through presence and relationship. It is a call that surpasses age, race, and gender to evangelize, to become aware and to love. It is also an appeal to commit your time and energy to others, and a call to be challenged.
The call to mission is a call to be involved, whether it is local, national or international.
Home Mission in the Diocese of Calgary consists of the four First Nations’ Reserves. Three of these churches have their own parish priests and administration, parish council and various ministries. One church is a mission of a city parish. These First Nation churches are becoming more self-reliant and less isolated, forming bonds with one another and nearby parishes.
Home Mission Parishes
Mission Council chose 7 projects to help people in need in five different countries
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Mission Mexico is an outreach project of Catholics in the Diocese of Calgary. Our goal is to provide funding for micro-economic, education, health and human rights projects in one of the poorest regions in the state of Guerrero, Mexico.