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:

Denis McBride: Reflecting with Paintings
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Denis McBride: Reflecting with Paintings

John Doran MHM: Portrait of a Missionary
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John Doran MHM: Portrait of a Missionary

“I think the notion of becoming a missionary probably came from collecting the mission boxes with my mum,” Fr John said. “My Dad would usually go with her, but if he was working, I’d go with her, walking the streets with her like her own little bodyguard. “I also used to go to the Mill…

Saint Joseph’s Advocate Scotland
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Saint Joseph’s Advocate Scotland

Special Issue: Year of Saint Joseph

Mission to the North – A Poetic Reflection
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Mission to the North – A Poetic Reflection

“Mission to the East, Mission to the South, Mission to the West, Mission to the North” –So went my lyrics ! The Artic, here we come! Sunderland and New Castle, here we come!Burn Hall and Durham, we won’t let you go! London and England, the womb of MHM!Sentiments and nostalgia of decades of studying and…

Herbert House, UK: Everyone Vaccinated!
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Herbert House, UK: Everyone Vaccinated!

After a year of apprehension for everyone, especially at the British Region Mill Hill retirement home, during this year of pandemic, there was good news today.  At lunch-time a team of doctors and nurses we had been expecting from a local medical practice, arrived at Herbert House to give everyone the vaccination against Covid-19. All…

Allotment Reflections: Mission Rooted in Closeness
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Allotment Reflections: Mission Rooted in Closeness

Where does evangelisation begin? I work in my allotment most days although there’s not much to do in December. I’d like to introduce you to a few of the allotmenteers I rub shoulders with. Take George, whose son punched and killed a man in a scuffle a few years ago. George’s son went to prison…

‘Priest’ – Documentary on Life of ‘Ordinary Priest’ in England
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‘Priest’ – Documentary on Life of ‘Ordinary Priest’ in England

“I think people have a sort of rather narrow view of the priesthood and that it’s you know they they do Mass a few times week that’s about it – maybe they’ll take the odd confession and stuff like that – but generally speaking, it’s a relatively easy job and everything is alright with them…

Arundel Cathedral Christmas 2020: ‘Unto us a Child is Born’
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Arundel Cathedral Christmas 2020: ‘Unto us a Child is Born’

Arundel Cathedral is in West Sussex, England. Music: Handel’s Messiah – For Unto Us A Child Is Born. Performed by Ansan City Choir, South Korea. Many thanks to Ansan City Choir for allowing the use of their musical performance recording as a soundtrack for this video. The Ansan City Choir, with a wide repertoire and…

‘Born in a Stable’: The Plight of Those Who do not Belong
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‘Born in a Stable’: The Plight of Those Who do not Belong

On the 1st of April 2020, in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, 14 guests from ‘Hope for Southall Street Homeless’ shelter were provided with hotel accommodation by Ealing council and the Greater London Authority. It addressed an immediate problem. Since then, the staff of HSSH have been supporting them as best as possible. The work…