"THE LOVE OF CHRIST IMPELS US" 2COR 5:14
Franciscan Mission Outreach is a non-profit organization
established by the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal
to support the life and ministry of the friars.
FMO sponsors the missionary efforts of
Fr. Herald Joseph Brock, CFR.
Franciscan Mission Outreach carries out two main types of activities: mission trips and mission projects. FMO both organizes mission trips and collaborates in missions organized by other groups such as Friar Suppliers, Frassati Fellowship NYC and Missioners of Christ. Mission trips include a combination of evangelization and service activities, prayer and the Sacraments. FMO also assists with projects that support the mission of the Church and help meet the human and material needs of local communities, organizations and individuals.
Under the auspices of FMO, Fr. Herald Brock, CFR also preaches at parish missions and other events throughout the US .
FMO participates in 8-10 international mission trips each year to Jamaica, Honduras, Haiti and other countries in Latin America and Africa.
Franciscan Mission Outreach engages in a wide
variety of mission projects which assist dioceses,
parishes, clergy and religious communities;
evangelization, education and youth initiatives,
health care, housing and food distribution.
FMO currently supports ongoing projects in
Cameroon, Uganda, Honduras, Haiti and Jamaica.
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Fr. Herald Joseph Brock, CFR, joined the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal in 1988 and was ordained a priest in 1994. He has directed the friars’ shelters for homeless men in the Bronx and worked closely with YOUTH 2OOO New York. As a missionary in Honduras he established St. Benedict Joseph Free Medical Center for the poor and Casa Guadalupe Missionary Center, and in South Sudan built the House of Mercy Spiritual Center. Fr. Herald has preached throughout the US and traveled to more than 30 nations, mostly in the developing world.
“I am a mission on this earth; that is the reason why I am here in this world.
We have to regard ourselves as sealed, even branded by this mission of
bringing light, blessing, enlivening, raising up, healing and freeing.”