Little did we know that the seed planted by the late Fr. Jacques Derksen mhm would become a haven for those who are disabled and who have less in life.
Fr Matthew Carpenter mhm was awarded the "Friendship Medal" by the Chinese Government. It is the nation's top award for non-Chinese.
During my over six years presence in Sindh among the tribal minorities, I have always been captivated by the enthusiasm, joy and excitement of people during the time of Diwali. It is a time when even amidst their situation of oppression and dire poverty, people see hope and celebrate with joy.
The ceremony of blessing and inauguration of the Mill Hill house in Rome took place on Tuesday 30th September 2014 in the presence of Nigel Baker, British Ambassador to the Holy See (picured here with Anthony Chantry, General Superior)
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The establishment of this shrine on the top of a hill traces its origin back to 2009, when the people of Gattupalli, a substation of Pargi mission in India, begged for God's mercy as they struggled with severe famine.
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St. John the Baptist Parish is situated in Tando Allahyar city, 30 kilometers east of Hyderabad, Sindh Province, Pakistan. It was established by the Mill Hill Missionaries in the late seventies to be the focal point of their missionary apostolate among the Kutchi Kohli people, who belong to one of the indigenous ethnic minorities of Hindu background, in Sindh.
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Young Mill Hill missionaries from Asia and Africa visit the former mother house of the Mill Hill Missionaries at Mill Hill, London
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Love is the key for all this tremendous work. I came here to love and serve them, but I am amazed to see how much love I have received from them. This shows that the Spirit of God’s love is already with them. Fr Bhaskar, Vishunpur, India.Read More »
After 33 years here (and a total of 41 years in Asia), I head back to Ireland happy in the knowledge that our ABDA agency is safely in the hands of a caring and capable local team. Also grateful to God for the health and energy He has given me all these years.
Teacher, Francis Hannaway, worked as a lay missionary in the early 1990s, in the Democratic Republic of Congo.Now Francis, a teacher from St Gabriel’s parish in Ormesby, Middlesbrough, has left his home and family to join the work of Mill Hill in the Democratic Republic of Congo, once more.
“I’ve visited several times over the years,” said Francis, “Something in the back of my mind seemed to be calling me back. My daily life stopped me for a long time – but now I’m in a position to be able to go again.”
Saturday, 22nd November, 2014
“It will be quite a responsibility to join this organization but also a beautiful opportunity to show the relevance of the Church in the modern world. I am grateful that I can work at this international level as a Mill Hill Missionary”.
Tuesday, 11th November, 2014
Another exciting development is that bishop has asked me to form a Charismatic Covenant Community. So I have been in touch with some of the existing communities here in Malaysia who are helping me.Read More »
To read article follow this LINK…Read More » Friday, 21st November, 2014
Lawrence Otieno is a young Kenyan Mill Hill Seminarian describes his experience while on assignment in a remote village of Cameroon. All future MHM’s spend two years during their formation in a foreign missionary country. Lawrence is now continuing his Theology studies in Nairobi.Read More » Monday, 17th November, 2014