"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 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.
A lot has been happening in the Diocese of Miri this year. There are a number of initiatives and projects that are ongoing, all of them falling under three main headings: The Jubilee year of Mercy instituted by Pope Francis, the diocesan St Joseph Project (called here the “Wisma St Joseph” project), and the 40th anniversary of the Diocese. The Mill Hill man most directly involved with all of these projects is Fr. Guido Gockel mhm. Fr. Guido is the parish priest of St. Dominic’s parish in Miri. Last year Bishop Richard (the Bishop of Miri diocese) made him the chairman for all three projects.
Diocese of Miri, Malaysia Jubilee Year of Mercy: Pilgrimage Cross. The Jubilee year of Mercy celebrations are still ongoing within the diocese of Miri with many planned pilgrimages through the…
Fr Philip Odhiambo Obaso mhm presently serves in the parish of Bintangor in the Diocese of Sibu, East Malaysia.
Fr Terence Burke is a Mill Hill missionary in East Malaysia (Sarawak, Borneo). He teaches at St Peter's Major Seminary, Kuching.
A High Court ruling has overturned an official policy that has made it difficult for those who have converted to Islam to renounce the religion without the approval of the Islamic court.
Vincent Oates mhm has served as a missionary in Malaysia, Pakistan, Great Britain and India. After many years absence he returned to Sarawak (Malyasia) not so long ago and is currently ministring in the parish of Sarikei.
In 1942, the Japanese invaded what is now East Malaysia: Sarawak and Sabah. They interned all the Mill Hill missionaries as enemy aliens, except for those from Tyrol, a German speaking part of northern Italy, because Italy was an ally of the Japanese. There were two such Mill Hill men in Sarawak and eight in Sabah, but when, in 1945, Italy surrendered, the eight men in Sabah were rounded up by the Japanese and marched off to an internment camp. They never arrived. Somewhere on that journey, they were killed; we don’t know how and we are not sure where, for their remains have never been found.
Climbing the holy mountain, Mount Singai.