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Mission for the Poor: Serving the people of Flores and Timor Leste

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Monastery: Labuan Bajo

Holy Communion – six boys from the apostolate in Labuan Bajo

In September, six boys from the apostolate (Seb, Ronald, Rio, Roy, Stef and Revan) received the sacrament of First Holy Communion at the parish church which is just down the road Continue reading “Holy Communion – six boys from the apostolate in Labuan Bajo”

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Group visit to the Flores mission with Fr Nev Yun of Holy Family Indooroopilly Parish, Brisbane, Post 5

Warmth and hospitality at the mission by Fr Nev: Hello again, here is another post from our memorable trip to the Labuan Bajo mission.

“It is quite humbling to come into the mission as strangers but receive such warmth and hospitality. I was reflecting that in the comfort of Australia we often Continue reading “Group visit to the Flores mission with Fr Nev Yun of Holy Family Indooroopilly Parish, Brisbane, Post 5”

Postulancy ceremony for 19 aspirants (Part 2) 23 June 2016

This is Part 2 of the postulancy ceremony held at the monastery in Labuan Bajo on 23 June 2017. This ceremony was held to honour the 19 young aspirants that gained their postulancy within Missionaries of the Poor. The photos below tell the story Continue reading “Postulancy ceremony for 19 aspirants (Part 2) 23 June 2016”

The latest news from Labuan Bajo – postulancy ceremony for 19 aspirants (Part 1) 23 June 2016

We are taking a short break from presenting the mission visit by Fr Nev and his fellow pilgrims with some recent news from the mission at Labuan Bajo. On the 23 June 2017, a special ceremony Continue reading “The latest news from Labuan Bajo – postulancy ceremony for 19 aspirants (Part 1) 23 June 2016”

Group visit to the Flores mission with Fr Nev Yun of Holy Family Indooroopilly Parish, Brisbane, Post 3

Mission Possible by Fr Nev: Hi everyone, Fr Nev here: Well the mission trip to Flores was indeed a wonderful learning experience for myself and my fellow missionaries. We were immersed in Continue reading “Group visit to the Flores mission with Fr Nev Yun of Holy Family Indooroopilly Parish, Brisbane, Post 3”

Group visit to the Flores mission, led by Louis Lamuri, and Fr Neville Yun of Holy Family Indooroopilly Parish, Brisbane, Australia

Welcome back to the Mission for the Poor.org and some recent news.

In late April of this year a group of pilgrims from Brisbane visited the Labuan Bajo mission in Flores for around 10 days. The pilgrims were Continue reading “Group visit to the Flores mission, led by Louis Lamuri, and Fr Neville Yun of Holy Family Indooroopilly Parish, Brisbane, Australia”

Undertaking a trip to the mission in Flores, Part 2 (25 Feb 2017) – What happens at the monastery?

This is the second part of the series of making a visit to the mission in Flores. The first post in this series looked at what travel and packing was required to travel into Labuan Bajo, and we finally arrived at the monastery. This current post highlights the monastery and Continue reading “Undertaking a trip to the mission in Flores, Part 2 (25 Feb 2017) – What happens at the monastery?”

Christmas party 2016 in Labuan Bajo, Flores: a memorable occasion for the local children

The Christmas party this year was held at the brothers’ Corpus Christi Monastery with traditional costumes, performances and dancing. The brothers wanted to make it a special time for the 400+ local children Continue reading “Christmas party 2016 in Labuan Bajo, Flores: a memorable occasion for the local children”

Undertaking a trip to the mission in Flores, the travel and what’s to do at the mission – Part 1 (3 Dec 2016)

Just this November we made a trip to the mission in Labuan Bajo. This time we thought we would provide a succinct summary of our preparation and travels, and the various ministries and activities that Continue reading “Undertaking a trip to the mission in Flores, the travel and what’s to do at the mission – Part 1 (3 Dec 2016)”

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