This poem is a contribution from Kartheek Madasi who is a theology student resident at the Mill Hill Formation House in Nairobi. THE STRUGGLES OF LIFE
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
The General Superior will accept the Perpetual Oath of eight temporary members in Nairobi, Kenya, on 19th May 2017
On the 2nd of October 2016, the Mill Hill Formation Community, Bamenda, opened the new formation year 2016/2017 with a joyful and beautiful celebration of the Eucharist in their newly constructed St. Joseph’s Chapel.
The new formation year 2016 -17 began this month of June, 2016 on a good note. As the saying goes: “Well begun is half done”. We began this new year of 2nd Cycle formation in Pune with 18 students, out of which two deacons and four final year students will be soon leaving us at the end of July 2016. This year we have 10 new students for 1st year theology – six African students i.e. two Cameroonians, two Kenyans and two Ugandans and four Indian students.
At the occasion of the celebration of the 150 year Jubilee of the Mill Hill Missionary Society on May 21st in KIsumu, Kenya, four missionary candidates made their life commitment to mission as members of the Mill Hill Missionary Society.
This is the May 2016 issue of the Magazine published by the Second Cycle Mill Hill students in Nairobi.
New Mill Hill Formation House in Pune, India
On May 1st six new Temporary members took their Temporary Oath in the presence of Fr Bernard Phelan who on behalf of Fr Philip Adede (Regional Superior), received their temporary commitment.
My journey into Mill hill has its origins in the path of life I took and experiences I went through. I was born to the family of Mr and Mrs Mukulu in Nakasongola town, Uganda. I would describe our homestead as traditionally catholic. Attending mass on Sunday was a compulsory part of the family rhythm. My father was a senior civil servant which meant for the Uganda of the seventies a regular move from one town to another due to transfers. But wherever we went we lived a similar rhythm.