This was really a people's way of the cross. It placed the cross smack in the middle of the daily lives and ordinary goings on of the inhabitants of Mbikko. At one station we halted close to a huge rubbish dump and passed over and around it on our way to the next station.
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.
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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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On March 21st Bishop Giuseppe Filippi of the diocese of Kotido celebrated a Mass of commemoration at the spot where Fr Declan O'Toole was murdered with two companions in 2002 by soldiers of the Ugandan army.
"Fr. Declan O'Toole was only thirty-one years old, but acted responsibly, was approachable, energetic and a man of all the people. He achieved so much within so short a time he was in Panyangara. He was a member of the diocesan Justice and Peace committee, which initiated peace talks between the Jie and the Dodoth, the Jie and the Bokora and between the Jie and the Acholi. When the disarmament operations began, he was chosen as a member of the disarmament task force". (Bishop Denis Kiwanuka).
This was really a people's way of the cross. It placed the cross smack in the middle of the daily lives and ordinary goings on of the inhabitants of Mbikko. At one station we halted close to a huge rubbish dump and passed over and around it on our way to the next station. So we got our taste of what, if my memory serves me right, is the equivalent of the biblical GehennaRead 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 March, 2015
Willem Klaver mhm recently had occasion to trace the footsteps of Cardinal Vuaghan in Rome. He sent these pictures.Read More »
Saturday, 21st March, 2015
Namilyango College was founded by the Mill Hill Missionaries. In its long history it has become a symbol of excellence in education. On March 21st it celebrates its 113th anniversary.Read More »
From Rome Willem Klaver mhm writes: Fr. Gerry and I had a very interesting encounter last Saturday among which an exchange of thoughts on this pontificate. He gave me two articles to read in relation to "Evangelii Gaudium". I found them very helpful as it gives a good insight into where Pope Francis is coming from in terms of 'doing' theology which is often reduced to or being misunderstood as merely 'being pastoral'. As the Apostolic Exhortation has also inspired the theme for our next Chapter, I thought it might be important reading for the MHM membership.Read More » Tuesday, 3rd March, 2015
The outbreak of jiggers in some of the districts of Karamoja sub-region has proved a tough nut to crack. The Jigger outbreak and its persistence is predominantly a poor hygiene and poverty issue. Its prevalence is also associated with negligence and rejection of treatment. This article is limited to the place within which our mission team reaches out to the needy, that is Loyoro parish in Kotido diocese.Read More » Tuesday, 3rd March, 2015