Fatal Accident Fr Stuart Allan

Frs John van de Laar and Stuart Allen were involded in a tragic accident in Belgium last week. Both are former students of Mill Hill who opted to join the diocese of Den Bosch during the course of their studies.

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Temporary Oath Jinja

On May 1st six new Temporary members took their Temporary Oath in the presence of Fr Bernard Phelan who on behalf of Fr Philip Adede (Regional Superior), received their temporary commitment.

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Jubilee Witness

A journey of 25 years as a Mill Hill missionary priest is not only a jour­ney of many ups and downs, of countless joys as well as sorrows, but also a journey of grace. St Theresa of Lisieux says of every­thing received in life that "All is grace". My journey of 25 years as a missionary cannot have been without God's grace and his kindness. Looking back over the years that have gone, I feel blessed to have been given a variety of opportunities to work as a missionary priest.

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Jubilee Witness

To appreciate God's guidance throughout my life, I wish to share with the friends of Mill Hill tee following. When I was born, Europe was in turmoil. It was during the Second World War. The village of my parents was still poorly developed. Being a mountainous area the nearest road was about 5 kilometers away. There was as yet no electricity in the vil­lage. We were a community of 20 farmers. The little primary school had just one classroom for all 5 classes, with only one teacher nor all classes; in all 24 pupils. The parish priest came twice a week for religious instructions and for Holy Mass.

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Missionsbote

The May-June 2016 edition of the German language magazine of the Mill Hill MIssionaries.

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Mill Hill Missionaries India

At the occcasion of the 150 year jubilee of the Mill Hill Missionaries the new generation of Mill Hill members in India has produced a video presentation of the work on the Mill Hill missionaries, past and present, in the Indian subcontinent.

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Broken still one

Francis Baartmans mhm came to Varanasi in 1977 just when India shut its doors to foreign missionaries. Mill Hill was going to withdraw but Francis persuaded his superiors to be allowed to go to Varanasi. His argument was: 'This is not a time to withdraw. Hinduism and Buddhism are now coming to Europe. Vatican II promotes dialogue. We do not need less but rather more contact. I want to go there and stay, i want to really enter into the depth of the Indian experience'.

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