KENYA: Do we care for our fellow Oblate colleagues and confreres and their families?
KENYA: We can learn from the poor, especially making our own their patience, hope and solidarity. (C20, OMI CCRR)
The impact of COVID-19 on people within the Irinda-Gachanka community is real, felt, and is demanding that we be ever visible by way of expressing our closeness to our people.
We are all locked down for the coronavirus, but that does not mean God is sleeping, and nor should we be. “We can work from home.”
Kenya: Over the years, the Oblate Mission in Kenya has grown both in number and in resources. Starting in November 2019, we have added another parish in Nakuru Diocese in Kenya.
Bro. Harley Mapes, the treasurer of OMI Lacombe Canada, reminisces of the unforgettable experience he has had when he visited the Oblate mission in Kenya early this year, with his Provincial Fr. Ken FORSTER.
From July 5th to 14th, a training workshop for formators from the Africa and Madagascar region was […]
Fr Fidele MUNKIELE is the Formation Director of the Kenya Mission and also a prison chaplain, a […]
Since the foundation of the Kenya mission, the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate in Kenya have been […]