Dear Friend,

Thank you for being a co-missionary with the 3,500 Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate who minister in 70 countries around the world. We were founded by St. Eugene de Mazenod two centuries ago.  Your support makes you an integral part of our mission, and essential to the work our Missionary Oblates do.

Along with our missions and ministries in 70 countries, we minister to pilgrims and our co-missionaries at two spiritual homes:  the Lourdes Grotto and Tepeyac de San Antonio, Texas, and the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows in Belleville, Illinois.

As a co-missionary, you’ll receive communications regularly from us – featuring the Missionary Association of Mary Immaculate USA branding. While you may notice changes in the look of our communications and social media pages, the things you value most about our organization will not change at all.

  • We are still dedicated to our mission to serve the poor and most abandoned across the globe.
  • We maintain our vision to follow the call of Jesus Christ to offer universal, unconditional love and to follow the Gospel mandate to preach the Good News to all nations.
  • We will continue to pray for you and honor your prayer intentions during our daily Masses.
  • We are committed to working together as a fundraising community, in harmony with other Oblate ministries, under the direction of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, for the benefit of the Oblates and the people we serve.
  • We will continue to serve as wise and faithful stewards of the resources and generous donations entrusted to us.

Also, be sure to sign up to receive our emails and follow us on social media!  It’s the best way to hear about our missions and ministries, liturgies at our spiritual homes, and to receive special spiritual content we create for you to aid in your faith journey.

Thank you for continuing to support the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate and remaining a faithful co-missionary. You have a very special place in my heart and in the hearts and prayers of my brother Oblates who serve the poor and abandoned around the world.