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A big word of THANKS to all of you who donate to the work of our Mill Hill Missionaries and Associates.

Together we are bringing hope and help to many people around the world. We celebrate the call to mission and being part of our universal Church family, offering prayers and donations to support missionaries in sharing God’s love with communities that are poor or in need.

Let us continue to reach out in sharing this immense love and support for Mission.

Rev. Michael Corcoran MHM

General Superior

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We are engaged in many projects – from the women’s empowerment project in Pakistan to the missionary outreach programme in Kenya. Read more about these and other projects below.

The hunger situation in Karamoja is not a new phenomenon and has continued to take different dimensions over the years. The climate and poor harvest being major factors, but over the past two years the growing insecurity meant that people could not reach out to farmlands to cultivate.

This programme aims at offering an education to the children of Lurgi parish in India

Jacinta van Luijk mhm (Coordinator) & Team lead a community education and counselling programme based in Kitale, addressing abuse/addiction, HIV/AIDS and violence and trauma.

We currently have around 200 young men from Africa and Asia training to become Mill Hill Missionaries. In 2020 we had nine new missionaries ordained priests and sent out to take up their missionary appointments in Pakistan, Kenya, Democratic Republic of Congo, Cameroon, Malaysia and the Philippines.

Fr David Masiga mhm leads the team in serving the Maasai community in the newly established parish in this remote part of Ngong Diocese, Kenya.

Your help supports our missionaries in their work of service among communities who are largely on the margins of society in different parts of Africa and Asia. Wherever the need is greatest.

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Your help supports our missionaries in their work of service among communities who are largely on the margins of society in different parts of Africa and Asia. Wherever the need is greatest.