Columban Mission Center

The Columban Mission Center in El Paso, Texas, began its work in 1999. The center offers exposure programs to visiting groups and ficilitates their contact with organizations and institutions related to the U.S./Mexico border issues — poverty, migrationa dn human rights.

In addition, the Center is a venue for talks, courses adn workshops for the local community. Columban missionaries live and serve the people in both Juarez, Mexico, and El Paso, Texas. Columbans stand with the poor, the migrant and the victims of violence, living out our fith in the practice of ecological and social justice.

Mass at the U.S./Mexican border

Who We Are

Columban missionaries live and serve the people of God in both Juarez, Mexico, and El Paso, Texas. We stand with the poor, the migrant and the victim of violence, living out our faith in the practice of ecological and social justice.

Border exposure programs focus on poverty, migration and human rights.

Border Exposure Programs

Border immersion programs focus on human rights, sustainable living and the migrant population at the border. There are also opportunities to pray and reflect on your experience.

Mexico Mission Trip

The Place to Be

Columban missionaries stand with the poor, the migrant and the victim of violence, living out our faith in the practice of ecological and social justice.

Border Exposure Programs

Columban Mission

100

Years of mission to the world

17

Countries

4

Generations of people lifted to dignity