Opus Dei in Kenya and Uganda

Opus Dei started in Kenya in 1958, by the direct impulse of St. Josemaría Escrivá. It was the first country on the African Continent where faithful of Opus Dei were to go.

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Homecoming Mass of Fr. Martin Onyango

Homecoming Mass of Fr. Martin Onyango

Martin was born on the 12th March 1983 in Nairobi, son of Vitalis and Marcella. Vitalis is a university professor in Mathematics and Marcella is a teacher. They have ten children and Martin is the 4th born.

STREET CHILDREN: more than meets the eye

STREET CHILDREN: more than meets the eye

We see them. They fight in the streets, they beg, they wash cars. We see the mothers with babies and babies without mothers. We see old and young, clean and dirty alike. We see them leaning on our cars, some blind, others on wheel chairs. We see them. They fight in the streets, they beg, they wash cars. We see the mothers with babies and babies without mothers.