The Black and Indian Mission Office is comprised of three distinct but inter-related organizations, each with its own purpose and history, but all seeking to fulfill the one Mission to the Missions! Founded by the Catholic bishops of the United States, each organization cooperates with local diocesan communities to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ and respond to real and pressing needs on the ground. Read more and join us in our Mission to the Missions!
The Black and Indian Mission Collection exists to help local African American and Native American Diocesan Communities throughout the United States spread the Good News of Jesus Christ and respond to real and pressing needs on the ground.
The month of November was filled with family stories of veterans who had served, or are currently serving, our country in various wars, including WWII, Vietnam, Korea, Desert Storm, and Iraq, among other deployments.
The 1st graders and their 7th grade Mass buddies got together to build a shelf for an elf. They had to build the shelf using only the materials given—20 craft sticks and play-doh and complete it within 25 minutes.
On a beautiful, crisp December morning, the students at Immaculate Conception Parish School greeted the truck driver, who delivered the wreaths for the parish's first time in participating in Wreaths Across America.
At St. James Catholic school, we are stewards of the Lord. We serve our Lord by sharing our gifts and talents and are very blessed to be a part of a school where they help us get closer to God and putting our faith in action.