10 - 18 March.
St Joseph's Missionary Society prepares for the Feast of St Joseph, its patron, with a special Novena of Masses and prayers, to pray for the intentions of all those who support their work.
Redemptive suffering. Lenten theme.
Read article on peace building HERE
'Lent is only Christian if it is positive' (Philip Endean SJ
Small Christian Community meeting in Shauri Moyo parish, Nairobi
The Strength of the Excluded.
To read article click HERE
From 6 - 10 January the Mill Hill missionaries on mission in Uganda and Kenya were gathered at Kakamega (Kenya) to prepare for the upcoming General Chapter in June 2015
An image of the changing face of the Mill Hill Missionaries.
First Cycle staff and students celebrating the Eucharist
Detail of a stained glass window created by Bro Joseph van Heeswijk mhm
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Thank you for your faithfulness and generous support of St Joseph’s Novena 2014. Pope Francis focused in his St Joseph’s day speech to the crowds gathered in St Peter’s Square for the General Audience, on three aspects
pertaining to the life and mission of St Joseph: as the “guardian” of the Holy Family; as the teacher and educator of the young Jesus; and as a guide who helped Jesus respond to the working of the Holy Spirit.
When it comes to thinking about dance in India, what first comes to your mind? I am sure that it will be a Bollywood film and the carefully choreographed dance scenes: many dancers, dancing around a hero or heroine, in very large, colourful sets. Such scenes will be accompanied by a Hindi song - usually a Hindi love song. Yet there is another dance tradition that gets easily overlooked by non-Indians, Bharata Natyam.Read More »
Brian Wasonga is a former Mill Hill student who now lives in Mpeketoni, a Kenyan coastal town in the diocese of Malindi. On June 15th 2014 he witnessed the massacre perpetrated in Mpeketoni bysuspected Al Shabab terrorist assailants. This is an eye witness account.Read More »
Tuesday, 24th February, 2015
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Friday, 30th January, 2015
South Sudan has always been considered a God-fearing nation, whether Christians, Muslims or followers of traditional religion. But in this
senseless and inhuman war the nation has abandoned the ways of God. This war is evil. As a people we must not be afraid to name sin for
what it is, and we hereby name this war as a sin. It is sinful for either party now to mount a dry season offensive.
Emeritus Bishop Paride Taban, South Sudan
I want to make peace village in Kuron to become a model for South Sudan. I am happy that the Toposa community are picking up and they began to work harder.Read More » Monday, 23rd February, 2015
We are happy that our dream has come true. Now we have a very good house with three class rooms, one big hall serving as dormitory for the women and girls who stay in the hostel to learn tailoring. And there is a room for Sisters so that they can stay closer to the hostel and look after the young girls and women who stay in the hostel.Read More » Monday, 2nd February, 2015