The Church - One Family
And all who shared the faith owned everything in common; they sold their goods and possessions and distributed the proceeds among themselves according to what each one needed. (Acts 2:44-45)
The Church in Scotland
helping the Church,
our brothers and sisters,
in other countries
Through Missio Scotland you can make an enormous difference in the lives of priests, sisters, brothers, sisters, parishes, seminarians and children in Africa, Asia, Central and South America who need your help.
The Church is one family - brothers and sisters who share material goods and prayers with one another.
News and Features
All of us have seen how the whole world has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
In many of places, such as in Africa, the Americas, Asia, the Pacific Islands and Asia, missionaries and local Catholic priests, religious sisters and parish communities are the only source of hope and help.
Pope Francis has called on everyone in the Church to help their brothers and sisters.
Mission Sunday 2021
The gift you share feeds children
The gift you share provides education to children
The gift you share supports hospitals and clinics run by the Church
The gift you share builds churches, outstation chapels and convents
The gift you share makes the Church what God wants it to be
Missio - is the Scottish branch of the Pontifical Mission Societies
We are the Pope's official charity for overseas mission. Missio Scotland brings the hope of the Gospel where there is turmoil, poverty or uncertainty, and aid to where the Church is new, young or poor.
Missio Scotland empowers local people to form and sustain communities of faith.
We also help to train and nurture future leaders so that the vital work of the Church can continue to take place.
There are four sections of Missio, each with its own area of work.
Part of the global network of
Pontifical Mission Societies
Supporting missionaries, local clergy, religious and parish communities throughout the world.
Catholic school children in Scotland have been helping children in other parts of the world for 100 years.
Training seminarians and religious novices to serve the young Church throughout the world.
Helping people to share in the life of the Church in other countries.