The Mission St. Therese Needs Your Help to Build a School!
We’re Actively Raising Funds Now for the St. Francis DeSales School Project.
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Life at the mission is totally funded by generous souls like you. No donation is too small and every type of donation is appreciated. We currently have a great need for monthly donations to predictably meet our growing monthly obligations. If it is within your means we ask you to please consider a regular monthly donation.Be assured of our unceasing prayers and that knowledge that Our Good Lord will never be outdone in generosity!
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As the Bishop of the Diocese of Mouila, the late Monsignor Obamba gave the Mission Saint Therese of the Infant Jesus to the Institute of Christ the King in 1988, to be the founding place of the Institute. Within two or three years Cardinal Piovannelli (Bishop of the Diocese of Florence, Italy) invited the Institute to establish its headquarters and seminary in Gricigliano in a beautiful Italian villa on the shores of the Arno river. From there, the Institute, being closer to Rome, expanded rapidly taking the international dimensions it has today. Despite no longer being the headquarters of the Institute, the Mission remains the founding place, the “crib” of the Institute. It has also always been one of the most flourishing missions in the African continent—bringing faith and education to countless children and families of the region. For reasons of sickness, financial, and other difficulties, however, the lack of a priest to “hold down the fort” caused the Mission to close at one point but was re-opened on the occasion of it’s 25th anniversary in 2012. It was during this time that Canon Fragelli was assigned for this task of restoring the Mission and has been making significant efforts since then!
Funds for the Missions Inc.
A non-profit Corporation established to support the Mission St. Therese of the Infant Jesus.
The mission is currently raising funds to build The St. Francis De Sales School.