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
The 18th General Chapter of the Mill Hill Missionaries is to take place at Chigwell, Essex, UK, from 5 - 21 June 2015.
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Fr Bernard Phelan mhm presides at celebration of the Feast of the Holy Family at MillHill House Kampala.
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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.
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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.
Fr Stan Bondoko MHM travelled with members of the Basankusu Catholic Youth Choir to the village of Waka - 50 miles along rough dirt tracks from Basankusu, in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Basankusu lies just…Read More »
The first batch of missionaries trained at St Joseph’s Mission Animation Centre was commissioned during the celebration of the Eucharist on the Solemnity of the Ascension at Sacred Heart Cathedral, Sibu on Thursday, 29 May 2014. The Mass began at 7.30 pm and was presided by the Bishop of Sibu, Rt Rev Joseph Hii with a number of priests present, notably among them the Mill Hill missionaries from various Asian countries who had come for their meeting in Sibu with the General Superior, Fr Anthony Chantry and the Councillor for Asia, Fr Brendan Mulhall.Read More »
Wednesday, 28th January, 2015
“We hope that your presence here today will strengthen us and make it possible for us to continue as Our Lady of Peace,” the Rev. Bartholomew Daly said, standing beneath the church’s ceiling of painted saints and Venetian glass chandeliers, imported from Italy after the church’s founding in 1918. But, he added: “We dread any kind of change, but maybe God has something marvelous for us, something we cannot see now. God is a God of surprises, and he gives us what we don’t always expect.Read More »
Wednesday, 21st January, 2015
The vandalized Catholic Radio in South Sudan has been successfully repaired and ready to resume broadcastingRead More »
Thus arose Namasagali College, arguably Uganda’s most eminent high school of the final three decades of the 20th century. It was even granted a university campus at one time, although it has fallen on hard times in recent years.
For most of those years, with Damien Grimes as principal, the school became the most desirable destination for every young person seeking assured success through education. Even through the chaotic coups, the Idi Amin terror and the civil wars, Namasagali remained a unique centre of excellence, quietly but confidently moulding the future cream of Ugandan society.
A country without education is like a house without a foundation, and the foundation of South Sudan is crumbling.Read More » Wednesday, 14th January, 2015