Chinese New Year and Vietnamese TET:


The Year of the Buffalo/Ox 1901, 1913, 1925, 1937, 1961, 1973, 1885, 1997, 2021: a born  leader, you inspire confidence from all around you. You are conservative, methodical and good with your hands. Guard against being chauvinistic and always demanding you own way. The Buffalo would be successful as a skilled surgeon, general or hairdresser. Some famous Buffalos: Napolean, Van ...

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Celebrating 100 Years in Wealdstone

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1920 – 2020 Before all things in this jubilee year, all glory and all thanksgiving . . . may grace charity and peace be always with us. Euphrasie Barbier, 1886. What did our first sisters find here in Wealdstone in 1920? “A brook ran its babbling course past the convent, and by the principal street.  There, too, hawthorn hedges, in ...

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Mission Newsletter


RNDM sisters in UK and Ireland promote mission through  various apostolates, outreach, communication and funding for the missionary works of 870 Sisters of OUR LADY OF THE MISSIONS in 22 countries worldwide. With a grateful  hearts we thank you for your generosity in the supports of our Missions.  

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Special Christmas Visitor to Wealdstone

When charity and union of hearts reign in community, the Lord is there. Guard this precious treasure well. . .  (Euphrasie Barbier 1867) On December 18th Wealdstone welcomed Sr Gertrude Atua from Wewak, Papua New Guinea, to spend Christmas with us. Gertrude is presently studying at St Anselm’s, Cliftonville and during the holiday break had to find a place for ...

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A Hundred Years Young


Our Julie has reached such a wonderful stage, The records all show that she’s now come of age. A hundred long years she has been on this earth, And seen many changes occur since her birth, No Radio, films or TV in her day. Penicillin, or drugs, to keep sickness at bay. No dishwasher, credit cards, carpets, or phones, And ...

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World Mission Conference 2015


On Wednesday, 21 October, Missio, Mill Hill Missionaries and the CMU (Catholic Missionary Union) were pleased to host the second conference on Catholic Mission in Today’s World at Heythrop College. The Specialist Philosophy and Theology College of the University of London The theme was Dialogue between North and South: What we can learn about mission and interfaith. The keynote speaker was Prof. ...

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A Double Celebration


The Churchtown Community gathered on Tuesday 22 September 2015 for a Double Celebration.  To thank God for Brigid Mary Kennedy’s 80th birthday and Helen Reynolds’ 91st birthday.  We wish the Sisters many blessings throughout the year ahead and beyond.

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