Mission Partners

The Association of Major Religious Superiors in the Philippines has set up an IP (Indigenous People) DESK
  
Rural Missionaries of the Philippines
The Rural Missionaries of the Philippines (RMP) is a national organization, intercongregational and interdiocesan in character, of women and men religious, priests and lay people. It was founded in 1969 by the Association of Major Religious Superiors of Women in the Philippines (AMRSWP), to forge a church response to the social volcano that was Rural Philippines.  
Task Force Detainees of the Philippines (TFDP) 
Task Force Detainees of the Philippines (TFDP) had its beginnings under a dictatorial regime. In the late 1960s, there was broadening and heightening of peoples’ actions and struggles against the unjust economic and political order in the Philippines.
The Task Force for the Orientation of Church Personnel (TFOCP)
TFOCP The Task Force for the Orientation of Church Personnel (TFOCP) as a Mission Partner of the Association of Major Religious Superiors in the Philippines (AMRSP) serves religious formators of men and women congregations and assists congregational formation programs.
  
Task Force on Urban Conscientization (TFUC) 
The Task Force on Urban Conscientization (TFUC) was created on July 22, 1974 as one of the AMRSP’s Mission Partners. It was mandated with the two-fold task of providing support services to the urban poor as well as facilitating the involvement of religious men and women and lay professional, in the needs, struggles and aspirations of the poor in the urban areas.
  
  ​Urban Missionaries of the Philippines
A Baptism of Fire Nuns, seminarians and priests joined the La Tondena workers being arrested and hauled off to a metrocom bus. The workers numbering to about 800 workers were demanding that hiring on contract basis must be stopped. With the workers are a handful of nuns, priests and seminarians that stood guard and held vigil as they distributed food and manifestos during the 44-hour strike.
Center for Migrants Concerns (CMC-AMRSP) 
CMC-AMRSP coordinates with Congregations involved in Migrants’ Ministry and responds to issues and concerns of OFW’s and their families left behind.