History of the Black and Indian Mission Collection


Evangelization and more than 125 years of service among the Black, Indian, Eskimo and Aleute communities has been the singular purpose of the Black and Indian Mission Collection.

Established in 1884, the Black and Indian Mission Office supervises the Collection – the only annual appeal mandated by the Third Plenary Council – and distributes these funds as diocesan grants.

BLACK AND INDIAN MISSIONS CONTRIBUTES $100,000 A YEAR TO THE DIOCESE OF JUNEAU.

 

Black and Indian Mission Office

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