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Welcome to the website of the Mill Hill Missionaries

We are an international fellowship of Catholic missionaries dedicated to announcing the Good News of Jesus Christ to people throughout the world. We hope that this website will not only provide you with information about us and our work but also invite you to participate in our mission of love and service.


St Josefs Missionsbote Easter 2014

The Easter 2014 Issue of the St Josefs Missionsbote (German)

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Easter Message from Fr Anthony Chantry, General Superior

Across the world, our missionaries are quietly serving the people of remote villages, isolated communities, urban jungles, sometimes in situations of violence, occasionally in places of misunderstanding and unwelcome. Our work among the poor and abandoned, the weak and mariginalised, sometimes at the very edges of Church life, does not entitle us to the trappings of power.

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St Joseph's College

A visit to St Joseph's Gate (formerly St Joseph's College)

A few months back I was driving up Lawrence Street on one of my infrequent visits to NW7 when I noticed that the old College, which had stood forlorn and derelict for a number of years, was now spruced up with plum-coloured hoardings announcing that this was the site of a Berkeley Homes development.

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  • "The Mill Hill mission from Borneo".

    Saturday, 19th April, 2014

    In 2011, Father Josef Dapoz mhm, the last Mill Hill priest in Sabah, died at Papar after 63 years' service. He was survived by a Mill Hill Brother, Br Ben Snoeren mhm, in Bundu Tuhan, but, with his death, it seemed that Mill Hill's long 130 year history of preaching the Gospel in Sabah was coming to an end. The Lord, however, seems to have had different ideas, for something remarkable is taking place.

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  • Newsletter Africa/Europe Justice and Peace Network

    Wednesday, 2nd April, 2014

    During Lent, the Church invites us to reflect on our lives and motivation as Christians. During this time we are invited to open our hearts to the needs of the poor and reflect on why the current economic system is not adequate to get rid of poverty. The economic model is based on assumptions that economic growth and free market will lead to greater justice and inclusiveness; however, in reality inequality increases and the poor remain excluded.

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  • The Homosexual Child of God

    Joseph King Afumaboh mhm

    After mass in Kampala one day, a lady comes to me: Father, please pray for me". Reason: " I am about to lose my job because I supported the passing of the anti-homosexual bill into law". And in the news papers the previous day, a victim lamented: " I have been ridiculed because I am gay, I am a stranger in my own land". Two situations of persecution because of personal opinion and orientation.

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  • Clericalism

    Hans Burgman mhm

    Clericalism can be defined as: the power and privileges of the religious ministers excluding the lay people. From the beginning of his pontificate the new Pope Francis has stated that clericalism is a sickness of the church that has to be attended to. In section 28 of Evangelii Gaudium he indicates how we should deal with flaws inside the church. Renewal, he says, implies ‘ to correct those flaws introduced by her members which her own self-examination, mirroring her exemplar Christ, points out to her and condemns.’ We will try to make this self examination in this paper.

    Read More » Tuesday, 4th February, 2014