The hospice, on a slight hill between a church and the Holy Cross Medical Clinic, has over the years provided palliative care to 568 terminally ill patients.
Recently the general board of the CMM Brothers was able to grant a request from St. Vincent Mixed Secondary School in Oyugis (Kenya) and send them a donation from a well-wisher.
This challenge of inculturation has led me to rethink the ministry of Vincentian formation. What does it mean to be a Vincentian formator in East Africa?
The Daughters of Charity tell us that safety measures are in place where they work in Langata-Nairobi, Kenya.
Upendo Street Children (USC) Project is a charity organization which restores dignity to homeless children, empowers them in education and reunites them with their respective families.
In Kenya, the Daughters of Charity have joined the 13 Houses Campaign with two projects, one supporting street children and another one for the elderly.
In 1960, four Vincentian Sisters from Untermarchtal went to the Southern part of Tanzania to alleviate poverty and misery and to serve Christ in the poor.
Vincentian family helps organize management training program in Kenya on effective and professional ways of managing parishes.
Leaders from Vincentian parishes attended the Vincentian Family Day, that was held in Thigio, Archdiocese of Nairobi, Kenya on January 12, 2019.
Inside the Christmas octave every year, the Brothers CMM in Kenya hold a get-together event commonly known as Provincial Day.
The word “Mercy” is very dear to us as employees of Oyugis Integrated Project (OIP). Why? Because mercy is seen as bringing life to those situations where all seems hopeless. Mercy is God’s gift to us and in turn, we are exhorted to share that gift with others. Mercy...
We sure are blessed peoples!! Here is a video from this summers goodness in Kitale!