Partner with the Missionary Oblates: Become a Club Member
“We must strive first of all to lead people to act like human beings, and then like Christians, and finally we must help them to become saints.” – St. Eugene de Mazenod, Founder, Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate
St. Eugene founded the Missionary Oblates in 1816, naming the congregation after Mary Immaculate. St. Eugene felt Mary could most inspire and nurture the missionary identity of the congregation because of her role in missionary work—she was the first disciple to walk faithfully in the steps of her son, Jesus Christ.
Pope Pius XI called us “specialists in the most difficult missions,” and we take great pride that our 3,500 Oblate priests and brothers care for the spiritual and physical needs of the poor and most abandoned in the United States and 70 countries throughout the world.
Each of us can help others in different ways. Becoming a Club Member is an affordable commitment to be a co-missionary with us in these difficult missions. Your small, but regular gift provides recognition that our efforts will help.
Online enrollment will soon be available for all clubs. In the meantime, if you’d like to enroll or would like more information, call our Donor Service Representatives Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at 1-888-330-6264.
Oblate Mission Friendship
Care for the Spiritual and Physical Needs of the Most Abandoned Around the World.
Family of Our Lady
Bring Hope, Help and Healing at Our Spiritual Homes in the United States
Oblate Emeritus Society
Provide Well-Deserved Care for Our Elder and Infirm Oblates
Offer Education and Formation of Future Priests and Brother
Tekakwitha Indian Missions
Supply the Needs of Those on the White Earth Reservation
Support Youth, Families and the Elderly in Our Tijuana Missions
You may have noticed our club offerings have changed. If you feel moved to join one of our legacy clubs, and don’t see it listed above, here is the most similar current offering:
- If you liked Our Common Home, Mary’s Circle of Friends or Shrine Advocates; you may be interested in the Family of Our Lady.
- If you liked Mission of the Month or Oblate Partners; you may be interested in Oblate Mission Friendship.