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Franciscan Mission Associates (FMA), now in its 59th year of service to the missions of the world, is a spiritually based organization with worldwide mission-helping undertakings. It promotes information about and interest in the missionaries and their people – particularly in the Franciscan Missions of Central America, but also in the inner cities of the United States and Canada as well as every continent in the world.

Light a Candle

Light a Candle

The offering of a burning candle before our altars and shrines is an act of prayer to God, our blessed Mother, or the saints.

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Support Our Work: Donate Now!

Support Our Work: Donate Now!

Support the continuing Mission and Ministry of Franciscan Mission Associates to provide Spiritual and Financial assistance.

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St. Anthony’s Bread

St. Anthony’s Bread

This devotion to St. Anthony goes back to the Thirteenth Century. It isa source of many favors and graces and is of great aid to the poor and needy.

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Submit Your Prayer Request

Submit Your Prayer Request

Post your prayer request. Your prayer requests will be placed on the altar for remembrance at Mass.

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Saint of the Month

John Neumann

John Neumann

Feast Day – January 5

John Neumann was an immigrant to our shores destined by God for spiritual success in the United States. Born in Bohemia in 1811, he migrated here as a seminarian and was ordained as a priest for the diocese of New York in 1836.

Later, in 1842, he joined the newly founded American Redemptorist Community where he served as pastor and held offices of major importance.

On March 28, 1852, John Neumann was consecrated bishop of Philadelphia.

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Prayer of the Month

Father, you called John Neumann to labor for the gospel among the people of the new world.

His ministry strengthened many others in the Christian faith: through his prayers may faith grow strong in our country.
[Liturgy of the Hours, I:1695]