At the request of the Superior General of the Society of Jesus, Adolfo Nicolás, a group of Jesuits involved in the Middle East wrote a brief analysis of the current situation highlighting the plight of Christians and suggesting ways of overcoming the current crisis.
DIAGNOSED WITH CANCER
While most expatriate aid workers left South Sudan after a brutal attack on foreigners in the capital, a group of Catholic missionaries chose to stay. (Catholic News Agency)
Tomorrow, Sunday 4th September, Mother Teresa of Calcutta will be officially declared a saint of the Catholic Church.
Return to Vietnam, my native land.
This is the September - October issue of the German Language Magazine of the Mill Hill Missionaries.
Saturday the 20th of August was a spirit-filled morning: the day we had been preparing for had finally come. The choir was ready, we had practised the rite of diaconate ordination, and the venue for reception was equally ready. Yet there were still butterflies running down our stomachs. This was a special day indeed.
Two young people sponsored to attend the annual 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.” Emma Atherton said: “I love coming to the NJPN conference because it really energizes me. It’s life affirming and lovely to see that other people are working at grass roots on JPIC issues.”
Faith in three colours
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