The conflict of 2013 in South Sudan was so violent that all our Mill Hill Missionaries who were working in Malakal diocese South Sudan had to suddenly leave. Some of the members had such horrific experiences that they might never think of going back to South Sudan even for a visit. Although a peace...
Mill Hill Missionaries in South Africa gathered for their winter meeting on the 19th June 2017, the anniversary of the death of our founder Herbert Cardinal Vaughan. Together we reflected on how our missionary charism takes concrete shape in our various places of work. Here is an overview: Mill...
In a country wracked by civil war and ethnic strife, Irish nuns have created a unique space where young women can dream of a better future and begin to acquire the skills that will help them construct it. Read more
“I am infinitely grateful for this honourable distinction in which Archbishop Justin Welby of Canterbury has elevated and spotted light at the end of tunnel in the person of Bishop Paride Taban,” said Bishop Hiiboro who is the local ordinary for Tambura-Yambio Diocese in South...
THE POSTPONEMENT OF THE VISITATION OF POPE FRANCIS TO SOUTH SUDAN, PRESS STATEMENT BY THE SUDAN CATHOLIC BISHOPS CONFERENCE FOR SUDAN AND SOUTH SUDAN (SCBC) ...
VATICAN CITY MAY 30, 2017 (CISA) – Pope Francis’ desired trip to South Sudan for an ecumenical visit alongside Anglican Archbishop Justin Welby, won’t be happening this year, Vatican spokesman, Greg Burke has confirmed. The trip is still being considered, just,...
Sadly, religion is not altogether immune from this decay. Instead of presenting a loud voice of resistance to this crisis, many religious leaders seem to be emulating public figures: promoting escapist spirituality, sucking money out of their flocks, sometimes hobnobbing with corrupt...
Bishop Paride Taban At least 39 church leaders have been killed across South Sudan between December 2013 and March 2017, according to investigations carried out by Radio Tamazuj. John Ashworth: One can add to this list Sister Veronika, a Catholic missionary sister who was gunned...
Kakuma Refugee Camp The Women Will Carry Your Bags! A humbling Holy Thursday experience from the Nuba Mountains in Sudan On the night of Passover, Jesus rose from the table, took a basin of water and began to wash the feet of his disciples. 2000 years later during the...
“Down with xenophobia” A Christian Approach Recently, scores of incidents of xenophobia resurfaced in some key towns of South Africa and has left many people asking whether South Africa has the grit to fight xenophobia. The most recent xenophobic attacks took place in Gauteng...