The 'Declan O'Toole' Social Centre in Watakau, Northern Uganda

Watakau Watakau is famed as the largest village in Uganda. There are about eleven thousand people living in the village. The village is one big cluster of small huts standing next to each other. Due to the large population clustered together, the village has serious problems of hygiene and sanitation. The young people in the village are prone to idleness and drunkenness and the level of poverty in that village is very high. The level of vulnerability in the village is always high. It is in this village that Fr. Declan O’Toole Social Centre has been opened.


Pakistan: Renewed Joy

Our annual retreat as Mill Hill group in Sindh, Pakistan has been one of the most important sources of our personal and spiritual growth. When new trials seem to have overtaken us and frustrations due to changing situations burns us out, this time of the year is the perfect time to renew our strength and be filled of the joy that Christ can only give. Recognizing our own emptiness and thirst, we as disciples of Christ generously responded once again to His invitation to “come and see” so that our joy may be complete and that we can continue our joyful witnessing towards all.


Uganda:My Mission

In this book, Father Grimes mhm reveals the struggles and successes of managing a secondary school in difficult and complex circumstances, but which gave a first class education to many children, some of whom have risen to senior positions in government, trade and industry.


Cardinal Herbert Vaughan

This is a reprint in paperback of Fr Robert O'Neil's biography of Cardinal Herbert Vaughan, founder of the Mill Hill Missionary Society, originally published in 1997.


Damien of Molokai

A review (in Thinkingfaith) of a recent play by the American writer Aldyth Morris on the life and amazing self-sacrifice of St Damien de Veuster who in his native Belgium was voted 'most eminent Belgian of all time'. Damien is commemorated in the Church calendar on 11th October.

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