Missionary Work

  • (noun): The organized work of a religious missionary.
    Synonyms: mission

Some articles on missionary work, missionary, work:

The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-day Saints In Georgia (U.S. State) - History
... In 1843, missionary work was briefly opened in Georgia by Elder John U ... The campaign ceased in 1844 with the death of Joseph Smith, and missionary work halted in 1846 ... Missionary work in Georgia resumed in 1878 ...
List Of LDS Missionary Entries By Country
... Date Country (current name and territory) First official church missionary Notes 1830 United States Samuel H ... Smith Smith is regarded as the "first missionary" of the LDS Church ... a member of the church and therefore was not an official missionary of the church ...
Stefan Czmil - Career - Missionary Work
... Sacred Congregation for the Oriental Churches for a twelve-year period of apostolic and missionary work with Ukrainian immigrants in Argentina (Haedo and Ramos ...
St. Agnes Tsao Kou Ying - Missionary Work
... how well Agnes knew the faith and asked her to move to Guangxi Province for some missionary work, especially for teaching the Catholic faith to some 30-40 Catholic ...
Parochial Mission (Catholicism) - History
... beginning of the seventeenth century there existed no organized form of Catholic popular missionary work, as it is now understood ... the Congregation of the Most Precious Blood to devote itself exclusively to parochial mission work ... The work was taken up by other orders whose primary end was different the Jesuits, who were the foremost, the Dominicans, Franciscans, Capuchins ...

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