This is the December 2016 Edition of the Magazine Published by the First Cycle Students of the Mill Hill Missionaries in Jinja, Uganda. Read more


Through the Lens

Planted at the bottom of the stairs amid the hustle and bustle of a café in the crypt of St Martin-in-the-Fields, central London: a beautifully crafted Christmas scene with an as yet empty manger. 'Come then, Lord my God, teach my heart where and how to seek you, where and how to find you'. (St Anselm - Proslogion) 'If in your heart you make a manger for his birth, then God will once again become a child on earth'. (Angelus Silesius)


Papal Nuncio Gets Smell of the Sheep

Pope Francis recently met his representatives across the globe in the Vatican for a 3-day meeting particularly scheduled during the Holy Year of Mercy. During the gathering, Pope Francis reminded his nuncios that they should continue serving in humility and that their secret code as link between the successor of Peter and the different local Churches must be mercy.


Non-Violence and Peace-making

The Conference of Religious of The Netherlands (KNR) has chosen 'Non-Violence and Just Peace as its annual theme for 2017. South Africa's bishop Kevin Dowling recently gave an inspiring talk on this theme at the Denis Hurley Centre in Durban.


South Meets North in Pakistan

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.

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