Kashmir and the Mill Hill Missionaries
This is the latest edition of Sungkod, the Magazine of the Mill Hill Formation House in The Philippines
"Some members of the Neocatechumenal Way were in transit on their way to the Philippines in 1980. A local priest met them, introduced them to the bishop who welcomed them to Sabah"
Fr Suresh Babu Kocherla mhm CELEBRATING THE JUBILEE OF 150 YEARS OF MILL HILL MISSIONARY SOCIETY AND THE FEAST OF OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP WITH THE FAITHFULL IN VISHUNPUR…
Fr Terence Burke mhm is a Mill Hill missionary ministering in Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia. In this moving testimony he shares his personal experience of living with cancer.
This is the moving account of Ji-Hyun, a North Korean woman's journey to flee North Korea, in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds. Amnesty International urges viewers to share her story, to help end "the conspiracy of silence" that victimizes North Koreans who try to flee the country's regime.
It is amazing to be taken up into the Indian mission to the West. We are the beneficiaries of the ‘Ministry to Priests’ wing of the Seihon ministries from Kerala in India. The Seihon ministry has members scattered all over the English dioceses and they come together every month numbering up to 3000 at a convention centre in Birmingham. What is special is that the whole community is involved in this multi-pronged ministry: they reach out to the youth, sick, to children, to childless couples, to alcoholics. Not only do they stress catechesis but also the healing side of the gospel.
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.
Tomorrow, Sunday 4th September, Mother Teresa of Calcutta will be officially declared a saint of the Catholic Church.
Return to Vietnam, my native land.