Thy Kingdom Come – Ecumenical Prayer movement from Ascension to Pentecost
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Thy Kingdom Come – Ecumenical Prayer movement from Ascension to Pentecost

Hundreds of thousands of Christians worldwide will be gearing up to take part in the sixth Thy Kingdom Come– a global ecumenical prayer movement for evangelisation, occurring annually from Ascension to Pentecost (13th – 23rd May this year). From outdoor Pentecost celebrations to prayer walking in the local community, continuous prayer events (online and in person) to…

DR Congo: Bokakata and Mill Hill
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DR Congo: Bokakata and Mill Hill

Bokakata and Mill Hill. Consternation! The unexpected death of a missionary in the prime of his pastoral activity is disturbing, esp Consternation! The unexpected death of a missionary in the prime of his pastoral activity is disturbing, especially when he is the leader of a small team in challenging circumstances. It is really distressing for…

Fear of the Lord – An Exploration
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Fear of the Lord – An Exploration

There may be a ‘fear of the Lord’, but ‘fear’ in relation to God has a bad history. It seems to have more to do with a fear of ‘hell’ rather than fear of the Lord. In his traditionally short catechism, Herbert McCabe expresses ‘fear of the Lord’ as ‘the gift of wonder and awe…

‘I have come that they may have life to the full’ – Wrestling with John 10: 10
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‘I have come that they may have life to the full’ – Wrestling with John 10: 10

The thief comes only to kill and steal and destroy, but I have come that they may have life and have it to the full. Lord, when killings, stealing, persecution, death and torture overwhelm us, is your promise that they may have life in abundance only another cliché? Lord, when murder, robbery, destruction overwhelm me/us/them,…

Cameroon: Webinar on ‘the World’s Most Neglected Conflict’
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Cameroon: Webinar on ‘the World’s Most Neglected Conflict’

The central African nation of Cameroon is better known for football, but its bloody, under-reported conflict deserves our attention. The right of minorities to self-determination is at the heart of violence blighting the lives of millions of unarmed civilians. The Vatican has been increasingly diplomatically engaged, encouraging the Cameroon government to participate in inclusive peace…

The cup
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The cup

Our Mill Hill Missionary community at Maidenhead recently had a Day of Recollection. It was led by Dr. Judith Thomas, who recently became Catholic. Her two talks were beautiful and most apt for Lent and the Solemnity of the Annunciation. Paul Mooney mhm Click image below:

Madonna Japan
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Madonna Japan

Our Mill Hill Missionary community at Maidenhead recently had a Day of Recollection. It was led by Dr. Judith Thomas, who recently became Catholic. Her two talks were beautiful and most apt for Lent and the Solemnity of the Annunciation. Paul Mooney mhm Click image below:

Feast of St Joseph: An Invocation
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Feast of St Joseph: An Invocation

SILENT KNIGHT! HOLY KNIGHT! TERROR OF DEMONS! (St Joseph, protector, defender, no weakling) An honorary title for service to a monarch, church, or country especially in a military capacity – knight! That which refers to the divine… exalted or worthy of complete devotion as one perfect in goodness or righteousness… very religious and pure –…

Webinar: Pathways to Christ’s Passion
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Webinar: Pathways to Christ’s Passion

The renowned biblical scholar, Father Henry Wansbrough, a Benedictine monk of Ampleforth Abbey, will be giving a series of evening webinars on the Passion narratives, hosted by Holy Innocents’ Church Orpington. The evening will explore the different accounts of The Passion and Death of Jesus according to the Synoptic Gospels, The Passion, Death and Resurrection…