The “Omnes Gentes Project” aims to announce, in a prophetic way, the Gospel for the very first time where it was never been announced before or there are no catholic souls in the area. Secondarily and as a necessary consequence of the general goal of this Catholic Mission, the OGP works for the unity of Christians in order to announce the Gospel to pagans in a more efficient way.
The charism is the preaching of Truth with the most heroic parrhesia to greatly glorify God. Therefore, our charism is to announce the Holy Catholic Faith in the daylight (MT. 10, 27) preaching “from the housetops” (Mt. 10, 27), without being afraid of those who kill the body (mt.10, 28), being our language yes-yes, no -no (Mt 5, 37) being aware that “anything beyond this comes from the evil one”. (Mt. 5.37)
Adoption of Tribes
Prayer, as a spiritual act of mercy, combined with a spiritual adoption of a tribe it is very significant both for the person who is praying and for the people to whom the prayer is addressed. While it is not always possible to see the particular effects of prayer, we know through Scripture that God wants us to pray, and we know by faith that He answers all prayers.
The Purpose of the Spiritual Adoption of a Tribe project is threefold:
So that a missionary will go to that tribe to preach the gospel.
Through the teachings of our Lord Jesus Christ that tribe converts to Catholicism.
For the fruit of their conversion their souls are saved eternally.
The Himalayas, form a mountain range in Asia separating the plains of the Indian subcontinent from the Tibetan Plateau and it extends to several countries: Bhutan, Nepal, China and India. The Himalayan range has many of the Earth’s highest peaks, including the highest, Mount Everest 8848 meters above sea level, the highest mountain on the planet above sea level. The Himalayas include over fifty mountains exceeding 7,200 metres (23,600 ft) in elevation, including ten of the fourteen 8000m peaks.
Several places in the Himalayas are of religious significance in Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism. There are also Muslim and Hindhu Shaivite Kashmiri Pandit in the area of Kashmir.
Ivory Coast Mission
On July, OGP members Will complete the third phase of the African project in Ivory Coast. This project started 3 years ago, visiting the most remote and needed place in Ivory Coast and Burkina Faso; places where no Christians where found and where no people has ever received the Gospel before. On July, we Will build 2 churches and 2 schools in Tantama and Gallaso Ble villages, located in the northeast of the country, by the Black VOlta River. We Will preach and evangelize, and the priest Will babptize the new Christians. We are about 25 catholic volunteers travelling. Don’t hesitate and join US.
OGP goes where no one wants to go. OGP takes Christ Word everywhere.
This is what we do.
The heroic Mission. True Faith and adventure, following the example of Saint Thomas Apostle and Saint Francis Xavier, among others.
Extreme North Pole Mission
The North Pole, is defined as the point in the Northern Hemisphere where the Earth’s axis of rotation meets its surface.
While the South Pole lies on a continental land mass, the North Pole is located in the middle of the Arctic Ocean amid waters that are almost permanently covered with constantly shifting sea ice.
The sea depth at the North Pole has been measured at 4,261 m (13,980 ft) by the Russian Mir submersible in 2007. The nearest land is usually said to be Kaffeklubben Island, off the northern coast of Greenland about 700 km (430 mi) away. The nearest permanently inhabited place is Alert in the Qikiqtaaluk Region, Nunavut, Canada, which is located 817 km (508 mi) from the Pole.
Danakil Depression Mission
The Danakil Depression lies at the triple junction of three tectonic plates and has a complex geological history. It has developed as a result of Africa and Asia moving apart, causing rifting and volcanic activity.
The Danakil Depression is a plain, some 200 by 50 km (124 by 31 mi), lying in the north of the Afar Region of Ethiopia, near the border with Eritrea.
The Danakil Depression is the hottest place on Earth in terms of year-round average temperatures. It is also one of the lowest places on the planet (100 m below sea), and without rain for most of the year. Here, the Awash River dries up in a chain of salt lakes such as Lake Afrera, never reaching the Indian Ocean.