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Welcome to the website of the Mill Hill Missionaries

We are an international fellowship of Catholic missionaries dedicated to announcing the Good News of Jesus Christ to people throughout the world. We hope that this website will not only provide you with information about us and our work but also invite you to participate in our mission of love and service.

Mill Hill Society

Ireland. Review of Safeguarding Practice of the Mill Hill Missionaries

With the publication of the Review I acknowledge with shame the abuse of children by some of our members and in welcoming the Review the Mill Hill Missionaries offer our unreserved apologies to anyone who has been abused by a member of our Society in the past. I accept the review and the recommendations given and will endeavour to ensure that as a Society we fully act in response to them. (Fr Michael Corcoran mhm, Regional Superior)

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A new longhouse in Sarawak

A New Longhouse in Sarawak

The longboat was driven on to a gravel bank at the side of the river and before we had tied it up safely, more boats appeared till the bank was covered with a few dozen people. We then set off, up a steep muddy bank then along a jungle path through bamboo groves and underbrush, till we gathered again in a small clearing in the forest. The leader apologised because there were not so many people but that really was our fault.

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Joseph Thangaraj


The establishment of this shrine on the top of a hill traces its origin back to 2009, when the people of Gattupalli, a sub-station of Pargi mission in India, begged for God’s mercy as they struggled with severe famine. Scanty rains due to a seasonal quirk not only caused damage to the crops and dryness in the land, but also left people in dismay, fear and sadness.

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  • Catholic pastors visit Unity State

    Friday, 24th October, 2014

    Catholic pastors arrive in embattled Unity State PARIANG COUNTY (19 Oct.) Radio Tamazuj A group of church leaders have arrived in northern Unity State tovisit war-displaced…

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  • Fighting Bombs with Perfume. Sudan

    Friday, 24th October, 2014

    As the Sudanese government steps up air and ground attacks including targeted attacks on civilians, local women are responding by using a range of simple protection skills such as hiding in fox holes and mountain caves, surviving on wild food and herbs - and using perfume and other "morale boosters" to maintain their dignity while sustaining daily attacks and bombardments.

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  • People to People Peace Process in South Sudan

    John Ashworth

    Sudan has become “a laboratory for those who study peace” , particularly within the Church, and the experience of the peace pioneers of Sudan now informs international thinking. Praxis informs theology and theology informs praxis. At the same time the ongoing peace work of the Sudanese and South Sudanese Church is benefiting from these academic studies and theoretical models.

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  • Giles Fraser on Ebola


    Here's a link to a thought provoking column by The Guardian's columnist Giles Fraser, Anglican clergyman,

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