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    We are actively involved in the Church’s Universal mission of Evangelisation

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    promote the missionary awareness and cooperation of the whole Church among God’s people.

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    Children helping Children

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    Establishing a programme for regular aid to all mission territories and help all choices in their work of evangelization

  • Helping children to deepen and share their Faith and love with Jesus

Propagation of the Faith

This Society was founded in France at Lyons in 1822 by a young lady called Pauline Marie Jaricot,

Missionary Holy Childhood

Bishop Charles de Forbin JansonThe Pontifical Society of Missionary Holy Childhood was started in France in 1843 by Bishop Charles de Forbin Janson

St. Peter the Apostle

Jeanne BigardThe Mission Society of St. Peter Apostle was founded in 1889; in France by Jeanne Bigard

 

The Pontifical Mission Societies (PMS) are the principal organizations for missionary animation and cooperation in the Catholic Church under the direction of the Pope.


The main and common purpose of these is to promote the missionary awareness and cooperation of the whole Church among God’s people.

The four Societies are Missionary Childhood (MCH), St. Peter Apostle (SPA), Propagation of the Faith (POF), Pontifical Mission Union (PMU)

VISION:
The PMS envisage a vibrant missionary Church in Uganda, in which all sectors of people of God are aware of their missionary vocation and are actively involved in the Church’s Universal mission of Evangelisation.

MISSION:
These Societies have the role of directing, co-coordinating and promoting in all the dioceses the activities of Evangelisation, Missionary Animation, Formation and Co-operation in their various forms and maintain relations with the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples and the Bishops’ Conference in order to guarantee unity of action for the building up of the Church.