Saint Joseph's Missionary Society of Mill Hill
|Motto||Amare et Servire|
|Formation||August 15, 1866|
|Type||Catholic religious society|
|Herbert Cardinal Vaughan, founder|
The society was formerly based at St Joseph's College at Mill Hill in north London, but the St Joseph's College site was closed in 2006. Its present headquarters are at 6 Colby Gardens in Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 7GZ.
In 2012, they had 28 houses and 571 members, including 357 priests.
- Herbert Cardinal Vaughan (1868 - 19 June 1903), founder
- Jac Hetsen, Netherlands (1 January 2000 – July 2005)
- Anthony Chantry, England (UK) (July 2005 – 15 June 2015)
- Michael Corcoran, Ireland (15 June 2015 – present)
Prelates from their ranks
- Colin Cameron Davies, Bishop Emeritus, Diocese of Ngong, Kenya
- Cornelius Schilder, Bishop Emeritus of Ngong, Kenya
- Mill Hill Missionaries official website, millhillmissionaries.com; accessed 6 January 2016.
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