Tribal Mission

Tribal mission is one the major priority of the Ibn-e-Mariam Vice Province of Pakistan. Dominican missionaries have been very active and enthusiastic in uplifting the tribal people. Friars were struggling to provide them shelter, education and human values. At present Deacon Bashir Francis, O.P is doing this special ministry with full commitment and dedication. Mostly this ministry is in the southern Punjab, a province of Pakistan. At this area of Pakistan there are many Hindu tribes those who are struggling to have a good life.


The first known Dominican arrived in the Indian sub-continental in 1291, just 70 years after the death of St. Dominic. By the 17th century the Dominican Congregation of India, based in the Portuguese settlement at Goa, numbered about 350 brothers, but died out in the 19th century.

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