Cameroon: Mill Hill Missionaries Gather in Assembly
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Cameroon: Mill Hill Missionaries Gather in Assembly

The Mill Hill Missionaries in Cameroon held their annual Society Assembly  at the Mill Hill Central House, Bamenda. The meeting  started on January 12th  and  concluded on  15th of January 2021. The 26 members who gathered for the Assembly, started their meeting with a day of Recollection led by Fr. Charles Senka, a Diocesan priest from Kumbo Diocese, reflecting on…

Sudan: Drenching Land of Nuba Mountains with Prayer
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Sudan: Drenching Land of Nuba Mountains with Prayer

Church leaders in Sudan have declared 2021 a year of prayer and thanksgiving after concluding celebrations to mark 100 years since Christian Missionaries first came to the Nuba Mountains in the North-eastern African countries. In a prayer guide covering 52 weeks of prayer, the Church leaders, including those from the Catholic Church invite Christians from…

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…

Epiphany: Where is the Babe Born to be King?
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Epiphany: Where is the Babe Born to be King?

I read the words the messenger had brought me: ‘Buried with a hundred pounds of myrrh and aloes’. I had almost forgotten him … God knows I’ve tried! Nothing has been quite right since that fool’s errand thirty years ago in my misspent, mystical youth. And now he’s dead, embalmed and buried with my spices,…

‘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…

Challenges Facing the Church in Pakistan
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Challenges Facing the Church in Pakistan

“We are living in a time marked by loneliness during this pandemic period. But we believe that God never abandons his people and he is with us,” said Archbishop Evarist Pinto, archbishop emeritus of Karachi. Just when it seemed like everything was bad news, Pope Francis surprised us all with a New Year gift of…

Indonesia: Islam’s ‘Smiling Face’.
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Indonesia: Islam’s ‘Smiling Face’.

Indonesia: a country with the largest Muslim population in the world. Of two hundred million Indonesians, approximately eighty-seven percent are Muslim, mainly Sunni. There are numerous other groups, a few with a vociferous fundamentalist bent, though a tolerant Islam based on Javan traditions dominates. A saying that has become widespread claims that Indonesia presents Islam’s…

Taizé: Hoping in Season and out of Season
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Taizé: Hoping in Season and out of Season

The international Taizé meeting will take place online from December 27, 2020 to January 1, 2021. For the first time the European Meeting of Young Adults will be held in Taizé at the end of 2020, a year marked by the Covid-19 pandemic. Already in June, it was announced that the scheduled meeting in Turin,…

‘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…

Cardinal Luis Tagle: Migrant Workers are Missionary Disciples
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Cardinal Luis Tagle: Migrant Workers are Missionary Disciples

Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, prefect of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples, lauded Filipinos working abroad for being “missionaries.” “Isn’t it perhaps that God has guided us out of the Philippines, not only to earn a living, but also to be missionaries?” the former prelate of Manila said in his Christmas message. Cardinal Tagle,…

Chhattisgarh, India: Tribals Targeted
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Chhattisgarh, India: Tribals Targeted

The Mill Hill Missioinaries are present in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh at Baswar and Vishunpur in the diocese of Ambikapur “Tribals, even in their ancestral religion, are very close to Christianity. Also in the tribal religion they had faith in one God Almighty, the Father. They also called him God and Father, as it…

Contactblad Winter Issue
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Contactblad Winter Issue

The Dutch Region of the Mill HIll Missionaries presents the Winter 2020 Issue of the Contactblad