2021 Living Water Calendar Now Available
MSC Mission Office is once again pleased to produce the Living Water Calendar for you for the coming year.
The Feast Days and all the readings references have been added to this calendar to assist you to follow the liturgical life of the Church each day.
We invite you to Come and Walk Beside Us on Our Mission. We are an international order of Brothers and Priests within the Catholic Church numbering about 1900 working in over fifty-five countries, on six continents. Our motto is ‘May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be everywhere loved.’ Work with us as Partners of the Mission Office: Pray; Offer your time and talents, perhaps as a lay missionary; Religious Sister, Brother or Priest; Provide material support for our Projects; If you would like to feel the pulse of the Missionary Church, contact us and we will make you partners of our worldwide apostolate.
You can purchase the 2021 Calendar for only $7 including postage within Australia. The Calendar makes an excellent Christmas stocking filler or easy Christmas gift to your colleagues and friends.
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Australians have a proven record of distinguished service in developing countries. Each year hundreds of people go to many countries, often for years, and do remarkable work.
One of the works of the MSC Mission Office is to provide clean water to people all over the world. In so doing we are motivated by the words of Jesus when He said that if we give as much as a cup of water in His name it will not go without its reward.
In this way we strive to share with others a common vision and mission for justice, peace and integrity of all creation.
Also we recall the cry of Christ on the Cross: "I thirst". These were the words of a thirsty person, and came from deep within His Sacred Heart. His thirst was not simply for water but especially the eternal thirst of our Creator God who told St Margaret Mary Alacoque: "Look at My Heart, which loves so much and is loved so little in return".