Helping Those in Need

The Columbans opened their first mission in Taiwan in 1978. Their mission work ministers to migrant workers, victims of human trafficking, tribal peoples, disabled children, families and youth.

 

Finding God Away from Home

Our Mission Work

Taiwan Mountain Chapel

Migrant Centers of Hsinchu Diocese

Our ministry includes work in the three migrant centers of the Hsinchu Diocese: Hsinchu Migrants and Immigrants Service Center (HMISC), Hope Workers’ Center (HWC), Vietnamese Migrant Workers and Foreign Brides Office (VMWBO) and ministry among indigenous peoples in the Taian Parish, Hsinchu Diocese. Other ministries we will continue to staff while personnel are available are among: disadvantaged infants/children/youth; people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS; mentally and developmentally challenged individuals; and recovering alcoholics. 

Columban Mission

100

Years of mission to the world

17

Countries

4

Generations of people lifted to dignity