Fr. Jim Mulroney interviews fellow Columban priests, sisters and lay missionaries. His guests give their perspective on how they became missionaries, and the countries and missions where they live and work. The videos were produced by the St. Columbans Mission Society in Australia.

In this episode, Columban Fr. Jim Mulroney speaks with Columban Lay Missionary, Michael Javier who is assigned to Myanmar but is currently in the Philippines.

In this episode, Columban Fr. Jim Mulroney speaks with Columban lay missionary Naanise Mo'unga who is from Tonga and currently working in Fiji.

In this episode, Columban Fr. Jim Mulroney speaks with Fr. Ray Scanlon and talks about the church in South Korea where he worked as a Columban missionary for many years.

In part 2 of the interview, Columban Fr. Jim Mulroney speaks with Fr. Paul Glynn about his work in the area of Christian-Muslim relationships in the Philippines. Fr. Glynn is the Regional Director for the Philippines and has worked in the Philippines since he was a student.

Columban Fr. Jim Mulroney speaks with Columban Fr. Paul Glynn in part 1 of a two part interview. Fr. Glynn is the Regional Director for the Philippines and has worked in the Philippines since he was a student. 

Columban Fr. Jim Mulroney speaks with Fr. Bernard McDermott who is from Britain and had worked in Philippines, Taiwan, Australia and the UK as a Columban missionary.

 

Fr. Jim Mulroney speaks with Columban Fr. Donal O’Keeffe who has been honored as ‘Immigrant of the Year’ early this year by the Korean State in recognition of his 40 years of dedication to supporting the marginalized in Korean society.

In this episode, we feature Columbans and formation students in the Philippines. They share their vocational stories, experiences and challenges of studying and working on missions during COVID.

Columban Fr. Jim Mulroney speaks with Fr. John Burger who is finishing his second stint as Columban Regional Director for the United States.

In this episode, Fr. Cathal Gallagher and Fr. John Boles, who are on mission in Peru, speak about the changes encountered to their everyday life during COVID, new systems they have adapted to and programs they have developed to continue supporting the people they serve.