Prepare for the Extraordinary Month of Mission this Summer !

Saints on Mission Summer Series
We are called to Be Missionary
Come and learn about our Missionary Saints
and how they responded to God’s call. 

Learn more and REGISTER TODAY!

August 26 6PM Queenship of Mary
Kelly Anderson, professor of Biblical Studies at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, shows Mary’s response to God’s call,  “Let it be . . .”  and her influence as the Queen of Heaven and Earth & the Missions!
Join us for Beverages, lite snacks and hospitality after each presentation
The MISSION SAINTS SUMMER Series will be held at the  Cathedral Basilica SS. Peter and Paul, Philadelphia

Mission Land Banner Contest

Help us travel the globe on World Mission Sunday with your own Mission Land Banner!

Gather your family and friends to design a Mission Land Banner!  Use your God-given talents and creativity to design banners to represent one of the Five Mission Areas of the World Mission Rosary:  Africa, Oceania/Pacific Isles, Europe, the Americas or Asia.
The winning designs will be a part of the Procession at the Archdiocesan Extraordinary Year of Mission World Mission Sunday Mass to be held on October 20, 2019 at the Basilica Cathedral of SS. Peter & Paul, Philadelphia.  Winning Banner artwork will be recognized and displayed prominently in the Cathedral, will appear on the website, in publications of the Pontifical Mission Societies and at Mission-oriented Events throughout the upcoming years! 

Click HERE to print entry form and guidelines!
More information can be found on the Extraordinary Year of Mission Tab.


Extraordinary Year of Mission

Archbishop Charles Chaput is hoping everyone in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia will be reminded of their baptismal call to be Missionary in this special year through October 2019.

Each day is the perfect time to take part in this Mission of Christ. We are called to Missionary Discipleship in concrete places and relationships of our daily lives.  Listen to the Pope below on being Missionary.

For example, some young women, suffering because of their family situation and poverty, are forced to live on the street in Chennai, India. They grow up surrounded by crime, prostitution and other traumatizing experiences. Many of the girls become indifferent, suspicious, disheartened and broken by life’s circumstance. Sister Mary Gloria, a Salesian Missionary, helps restore the childhood of girls living on the streets by offering simple gifts.