Who we are

Missionaries of the Sacred Heart, an Australian community, in a worldwide religious congregation.

Ministry Mission

Jesus loved with a human heart: with him we proclaim his love to the world.

Peace, Justice, Creation

We work to discover through advocacy, healing and reconciliation, God's presence in our world.

Spirituality

We are to be on earth the heart of God. God has no other heart but ours.

THE TUNNELS OF FORTRESS RABAUL

By   Tyson Doneley, M.S.C.

From Annals Australia, October 1985

Father Tyson Doneley, M.S.C., former Rector of Chevalier College, Bowral, N.S.W., St John's College, Darwin, and now on New Britain as Rector of St Peter Chanel Seminary writes for Annals...

Read more: WORLD WAR 2, THE TUNNELS OF FORTRESS RABAUL

 

TOMMY MUNGULUNG NO LONGER GATHERS HIS SPEARS
By John Leary MSC
John Leary

FATHER John Leary MSC who died on January 19 2009 and was buried at Wadeye [Port Keats] in the Northern Territory, spent almost all his priestly life working among aboriginal communities on Bathurst Island, Wadeye, the...

Read more: JOHN LEARY ON TOMMY MUNGULUNG

   
WADEYE HISTORY

At Wadeye and at Werntek Nganayi there were Aboriginal people living on the land. The Aboriginal people fished and hunted and lived in family groups for thousands of years.

Before the first contact with white men, Maccasans came in by boat and traded for trepang...

Read more: WADEYE STORY

Movies & Priests.  Peter Malone msc

Interview with Raphael Epstein, ABC Radio, 31 March 2014

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FR JOHN McGRATH

NIMPUNGI MANTINI
Goodbye my friend

by   Sr Anne Gardiner

Fr John McGrath, M.S.C. was a much beloved priest and friend to the Tiwi people of Bathurst Island, not far from Darwin. This account of their "grandfather's" final return amongst his people has been written by Sr...

Read more: JOHN McGRATH MSC, MISSIIONARY ON BATHURST ISLAND