Justice, Peace, and Integrity of Creation

A Ministry of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate

United States Province

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OMI JPIC blog contains stories of hope and is about how Oblates, associates and friends live and experience the spirit of the Oblate founder, St Eugene DeMazenod responding to the needs of poor and most abandoned.

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Oblate Voices: Where We Work

The Oblates of Mary Immaculate work globally in more than 65 countries around the world. Here we have organized some of the information about OMI JPIC work into regions.

Latin America & Caribbean

OMI JPIC work in Latin America and the Caribbean includes supporting the rights of indigenous peoples, fighting exploitation by extractive industries, and more. The countries in this region on which we work include Bolivia, Haiti, and Peru.



In Africa, OMI JPIC work includes responding to the HIV/AIDs pandemic and working toward the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals. We are particularly active on issues in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

Latin America & Carribean

Asia & Pacific

We work in this region to promote peace, indigenous people’s rights, and help protect the region’s poor from the effects of climate change. Countries in which the Oblate JPIC office is active include Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and the Philippines.


North America

In this region, the OMI JPIC effort works to protect the rights of immigrants and migrant laborers. We also support the rights of indigenous peoples, promote corporate social responsibility, engage in faith-based community organizing, fight to abolish the death penalty, and more.

North America


The Missionary Oblates JPIC effort is at work in Europe with the United Nations offices there on human rights issues and more.

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