World Mission Sunday
A Local Celebration of the International Church
Pope Pius XI instituted Mission Sunday for the whole Church in 1926; the first worldwide Mission Sunday took place in October of 1927. World Mission Sunday, organized by the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, is a day for Catholics to once again commit themselves to the missions of the Church.
The Archdiocese of Detroit has been reinvigorated in its effort to evangelize and share the Gospel. World Mission Sunday is an event meant to showcase the diversity of our United States home diocese. We invite everyone in the Metro Detroit area to this celebratory Mass, that rotates churches every year. 2021 will take place at Most Holy Redeemer in Detroit.
One Sunday for the Entire Church
Annually, on the third Sunday in October, Catholic churches gather together with the Holy Father to celebrate our common goal, especially in the missions.
“On World Mission Sunday, we join our Holy Father in supporting his missions. As we pray and respond here at home, we share in those celebrations taking place in every parish and school throughout the world. Together, through our prayers and financial support, we bring the Lord’s mercy and concrete help to the most vulnerable communities in the Pope’s missions.” – The Society for the Propagation of the Faith; missio.org
Join Us, Help the Missions
Are you a member of a religious order that works in the missions? Or a parishioner of a Catholic parish that volunteers in the missions? Do you speak another language, and want ot be involved in the liturgy? Email Brooke at firstname.lastname@example.org to see how you can be a part of the next World Mission Sunday event.
If you want to get involved in the work that the PIME Missionaries do worldwide, simply follow the link below to see how you can help now.
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