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60 years ago in East Africa, Part 4

60 years ago in East Africa, Part 4

D. Pedro Casciaro and Fr. Gabiola arrived in Nairobi, by plane, on 24th October 1958; Ed Hernandez , Kevin O’Byrne and a some other members of Opus Dei were already there.

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60 years ago in East Africa, Part 3

60 years ago in East Africa, Part 3

22nd of September there will be a solemn Thanksgiving Mass in Nairobi to celebrate 60 years since Opus Dei started stable work on the continent of Africa, precisely in East Africa. This is Part 3 of a series of articles tracing the history of that divine African adventure.

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60 years ago in East Africa, Part 2

60 years ago in East Africa, Part 2

25th of August 2018 will mark 60 years since Opus Dei started stable work on the continent of Africa, precisely in East Africa. This is Part 2 of a series of articles tracing the history of that divine African adventure.

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First Mass of St. Josemaria Escriva in Kisubi Parish (Uganda)

First Mass of St. Josemaria Escriva in Kisubi Parish (Uganda)

As devotion to St. Josemaria spreads around the East African region, more and more people are organising local Masses in his honour especially around his feast day - including the students and teachers at Pearlcrest School of Hospitality and Management in Entebbe (Uganda).

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60 years ago in East Africa, Part 1

60 years ago in East Africa, Part 1

25th of August 2018 will mark 60 years since Opus Dei started stable work on the continent of Africa, precisely in East Africa. This is Part 1 of a series of articles tracing the history of that divine African adventure.

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Kianda School celebrates 40 Years

Kianda School celebrates 40 Years

​Olga Marlin was a young graduate in education from University College, Dublin. In March of 1960, while drying dishes at Northbrook Residence the director of the residence told her “You know, the Father wants the women of Opus Dei to start the Work in Kenya and Japan very soon…”

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Paths of Hope

VIDEO: An interview with Olga Marlin, a pioneer educator in Kenya, about beginning Kianda School, the first multi-racial school for girls in Kenya.

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