Columban Mission Center

Columban MissionTHE PLACE TO BE

At the Columban Mission Center in El Paso, Texas, we offer exposure programs to visiting groups and facilitate their contact with organizations and institutions related to U.S./Mexico border issues — poverty, migration and human rights. In addition, the Center is a venue for talks, courses and workshops for the local community.

WHO WE ARE

Columban missionaries live and serve the people of God in both Juarez, Mexico, and El Paso, Texas. We stand with the poor, the migrant and the victim of violence, living out our faith in the practice of ecological and social justice.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Life-giving and graced opportunities for personal growth and clarity
• Learn about human rights and sustainable living;
• Visit institutions that assist the migrant population;
• Pray and reflect on your experience;
• Stay in an eco-friendly center.

At the U.S.-Mexican BorderWHAT OUR VISITORS HAD TO SAY

"The stories we heard will have forever changed the way I think about the reality at the U.S./Mexico border."

— Creighton University student

"My experience was enlightening and life changing. I learned to open myself to God and to open my mind and try to understand the situation of immigrants."

— Korean youth group participant

Contact Columban Mission Center

To learn more about the Columban Mission Center, contact:

Fr. Robert Mosher • cmc@columban.org • 915-351-1153 • 816 Magoffin Ave • El Paso, Texas 79901

About us

Columban logoThe Columbans are a society of missionaries, including priests and lay people, who minister to people of various cultures as a way of witnessing to the universal love of God.

We go in the name of the Church to announce, by deed and word, the Good News of Jesus Christ.

Quick Contact

Missionary Society of St. Columban
P.O. Box 10
St, Columbans, NE 68056
Phone: 877-299-1920
Fax: 402-291-4984
email: mission@columban.org