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Welcome to the website of St. Joseph's Missionary Society of Mill Hill.       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.

 
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    Justice and Peace Newsletter

    British Region

    Two young people sponsored to attend the annuel Justice and Peace Conference at Swanwick expressed thanks to Eddie - Mill Hill for the experience. Danica said: “I am highly interested in politics and I have really enjoyed the conference. There’s a lot of like-minded people across a range of age groups and as a young person I’ve learnt from them; As a young person they listened to me and treated me as an equal so that’s really nice. [...]

     
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    Multicoloured Faith 

    The talent of Fr Gerard Kraakman mhm

    The church in Nanga, circular in design, is now decorated with a striking set of coloured glass windows portraying a variety of biblical scenes [...]

     
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    Opening Week Second Cycle Formation, Nairobi

    Ordination to the Diaconate

    The new semester of our Second Cycle Formation centre in Nairobi opened with thirty five students: with thirteen new students from Cameroon, DR Congo, India, Kenya, Malaysia and Uganda joining the community – a real international and multi-cultural mix. [...]

     
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    Independence Day India

    Report on a celebration

    How blessed and privileged we are…to celebrate the Independence Day on 15th of August on which the Church celebrates the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary into heaven. [...]

Disclaimer: articles on this website written by Members and Associates of the Mill Hill Missionaries, or links referred to, do not necessarily reflect the view of the Mill Hill Missionary Society.