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World Mission Sunday – Wisdom from encounter
Fr Anthony, our National Director, speaks to the Catholic Bishops Conference in England and Wales ahead of World Mission Sunday. He shares how Sister Mary’s whole philosophy, her whole spirituality, is to accompany people, to be with them, to share in their suffering as far as they can, and to listen.
Radio Maria: CREDO – Blessed Pauline Jaricot
Fr Anthony Chantry recently spent time with the listeners of Radio Maria England. He shared his experience of Blessed Pauline Jaricot’s Beatification in May, and how Missio fulfils her legacy today.
A Saint for our times
On Sunday 22 May, one of Missio’s founders, Blessed Pauline-Marie Jaricot, was beatified in Lyon. Fr Anthony Chantry, Missio’s National Director in England and Wales, explores the life of Blessed Pauline – very much a Saint for our times.
Inside the Vatican
A recent episode of Inside the Vatican (17 March 2022). Vatican correspondent Gerard O’Connell and host Colleen Dulle discuss Pope Francis’ response to the crisis in Ukraine, and share the story of Sr Lucia Caram, who drove 4,000 miles to Ukraine and back to rescue Ukrainian refugees.
Pope Francis speaks on climate change
Ahead of COP26, the crucial climate conference taking place in Glasgow in November 2021, the Holy Father gave a Thought for the Day on BBC Radio 4. Listen to Pope Francis thoughts.
World Mission Sunday
Ahead of this year’s World Mission Sunday (24 October), we hear from Fr Gary Brassington, Diocesan Director for Missio in the Clifton Diocese, and Dave Wheat, Regional Community Fundraiser for Missio in the South.
Catholic Church ‘happily’ caught in the middle of the Anglophone Crisis in Cameroon
Our National Director, Father Anthony Chantry, talked to the Catholic Bishop’s Conference of England and Wales about the crisis in Cameroon – particularly the Catholic Church’s role in working for justice and peace.
Faith gives hope to Cameroon’s suffering people
Father Richard Njoroge is a Mill Hill Missionary based in anglophone Cameroon.
He serves the innocents stuck in the middle of this conflict – the women, men and children literally caught in the crossfire.
Anglophone Crisis: We won’t give up on the suffering of Cameroon, says Bishop
Bishop Paul Swarbrick is Bishop of the Diocese of Lancaster and serves as Chair of Trustees for Missio England and Wales. He is also the Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales Lead Bishop for Africa.