Mission Office News
|The Diocese is continuously being invited to enter into our call to mission through the exciting happenings in our area and around the world. Be sure to check-back often for updated Mission Connections newsletters that share the great stories of our missioners and partnerships; for updates on our annual diocesan mission events, such as the Solidarity in Mission Celebration and our Fall Forum; or for invitations to activities with special guests or communities.|
Mission isn't Mission if it's not Shared
In order to involve others in mission, we believe it is important to share the stories of our diocesan missioners, our foreign missioners, our partnerships and other relationships, and of the great people of the diocese of St. Cloud doing mission in their parishes, families and groups. Read all about the mission activities of our diocese with our MISSION CONNECTIONS newsletter.
What is the MISSION CONNECTIONS newsletter?
MISSION CONNECTIONS is our St. Cloud Mission Office newsletter. It had its first publication in August of 2000 and is now a regular quarterly circulation, coming out in the Winter, Spring and Summer of each year, with the Fall edition found in the St. Cloud Visitor as a special World Mission Sunday insert. The layout editor of the newsletter is Kateri Mancini, Coordinator of Mission Education of the St. Cloud Catholic Mission Office.This newsletter serves as a resource on mission for any one that desires to learn more about our diocesan mission connections or is interested in opportunities for mission trips and other ways to become involved. The intent of the newsletter is to keep you in touch with missioners from our diocese who are located all over the world as well as missioners from other countries who are located in Central Minnesota. We share their stories from across the globe and also within the United States where they walk in mission. The newsletter is also a way to keep you informed about what local people in our diocese are doing within their parishes, schools and communities to further the mission of Jesus and promote Christian values and just relationships.
Can we read past issues of the newsletter?