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24th January 2020

Bethlehem: A Malaysian Pilgrimage

The popularity among Christians in Malaysia of pilgrimages to The Holy Land, Rome, Lourdes, Fatima and other places of significance is unmistakable. This year our Mill Hill Procurator in Rome, Fr Guido Gockel mhm, accompanied a group of Malaysian pilgrims to the Holy Land. Viewing Fr Guido’s extensive experience as a missionary in both Malaysia and the Holy Land what better guide could you wish … Read more

Brunei: Near Total Ban on Christmas Celebrations

In a move that bears striking similarities to Biblical stories from the Roman occupation of the Holy Land, Christians are only allowed to celebrate Christmas within the privacy of their own homes and only after they have notified authorities. Any breaches can result in jail terms of up to five years and fines of up to US$20,000, or both, following the growing influence of Wahhabism, … Read more

Nairobi, Kenya: Six New Perpetual Members

On Friday 25th October six theology students and temporary members of the Mill Hill Missionaries made their missionary life commitment in the Chapel of St Joseph’s Formation House, Nairobi. Fr Michael Corcoran, general superior of the Mill Hill Missionaries, presided at the oath taking ceremony of Blaise Forbi (Cameroon), Patrick Ndzedzeni (Cameroon), Emmanuel Abonge (Cameroon), Herman Mejuan (Malaysia), Patrick Lonkoy (DR Congo), Glenn Dumali (Philippines). … Read more

Malaysia: THe Latest Issue of Missiocom Magazine

Missiocom is the magazine of the ‘Missionary Community of Corpus Christ’  (MCCC), a lay missionary group founded in Malaysia by Fr Ivan Fang mhm. MCCC this year “Blessed, Broken, Shared” seeks to highlight the fact that being a missionary requires all the baptised faithful to make a commitment to be broken like our Lord was and to offer our brokenness for the sake of others. … Read more

Rembering Fr Noel Hanrahan – A Malaysian Tribute

I met Fr Noel Hanrahan when he was first posted to St Peter College, Kuching in 1983 and over the years have worked with him many a time in various circumstances. It was a sad day for us as well as for him when he had to leave Kuching around 1998 after being diagnosed with kidney cancer. But he survived that and was for a … Read more

Mukah, Malaysia: Mill Hill Missionaries Development Workshop and Assembly

“It was worthwhile”. This was the comment on everyone’s lips at the end of the Development Workshop cum Assembly which took place last week, 7th to 11th January, in Kingwood, Mukah, Sibu Diocese, in Sarawak, Malaysia. Despite the three hours’ bumpy ride from Sibu to Mukah, everyone was in high spirits. All Members were present, with the exception of Fr. Albert, who was out of … Read more