Ordaining Minister: Most Rev Cornelius Fontem Esua, Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Bamenda
Ordaining Minister: Rt Rev Philip Arnold Subira Anyolo, bishop of the Diocese of Homa Bay
Ordaining Minister: Rt Rev Joseph Mairura Okemwa, bishop of the Diocese of Kisii
In Pakistan, Mill Hillers working in the southern and the northern part of the country are separated by a large distance of approximately 1337 kilometers. Over the last few years, the young members in Pakistan have been committed to break the distance barrier by having a common annual gathering to listen and support each other in their unique mission journey in Pakistan. The meeting this year was attended by three members from Rawalpindi Diocese and five members from Hyderabad Diocese along with a Pakistani aspirant.
The youngest author in Africa and top ten youngest writers in the World, published a book titled “Waiting for the waves”. The South African born girl with Cameroon roots, in her book describes how a young girl called Titi with her family lived far away from the beach and one day decided to visit the sea. Once at the beach, the little girl liked the waves but was scared to enter the sea and her uncle and family helped her to believe in herself and to conquer her fears.
Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya
A pictorial impression of the Annual Assembly of the Mill Hill missionaries in The Philippines
Here is a song on the theme of Mercy composed and sung by Fr Emmanuel Nuh Mbeh mhm.
The development of the buildings and the grounds of St Joseph's College, the motherhouse of the Mill Hill Missionaries, renamed St Joseph's Gate, has reportedly reached its completion.
He had been planning to go on a pilgrimage walk to Santiago de Compostela. Instead Fr James Fanning mhm was hopitalised to be treated for aplastic anemia. Now, after 25 days of treatment is has been discharged.