Perpetual Oath Ceremony Nairobi, Kenya

St Joseph

St Joseph

Patron of the Mill Hill Missionaries


St Joseph's Missionary Society

Welcome! to the newly designed 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.

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    Misean Cara

    AGM speech by President Michael D. Higgins

    I was delighted to accept the invitation to come here today, to pay tribute to the inspiring work that missionary members have long carried out – and, crucially, continue to carry out – in providing education and health services to those in greatest need, in promoting their human rights and in working with them to boost their opportunities for better livelihoods; and also to pay particular tribute to the work of Misean Cara in facilitating and supporting that work. [...]

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    Chapter Blog Prepatory Phase

    Link to view all the suggestions and proposals

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    News from Miri, Malaysia

    Guido Gockel mhm writes

    During the Mass I was able to tell a wonderful story about the trip I had made to my former parish in the interior, where I met with the chief of the nomadic Penan people.  He told his people, when the Government authorities like the Prime Minister came to visit them, he gave them the roof for building a new house; but Father, when he comes he gives us something much more precious, namely LIFE, eternal life.  How beautiful an inside of an illiterate headman!  I wouldn’t have been able to say it better myself,  so I used it for my homily. [...]

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    Basankusu Testimonies Part One

    by Piet Korse mhm

    In the following pages we, religious and lay people who laboured in the Basankusu diocese, explain what brought us to the equatorial forest of the Congo, what struck us and what we felt our mission was. As the local people would say: each of us acted in his or her own way. Most, if not all of us, wanted to follow the example set by Jesus, who, according to the Gospels, went round doing good. Each of us had a dream of promoting people’s well-being and happiness in justice and peace in their communities. Some of us were teachers in schools, others shepherds in parishes, still others nurses in private clinics or hospitals. Some of us even tried their hands at promoting micro-credits and anthropological research into the local culture.  [...]