A game of Volley for the youth of SVD Epiphany Parish in Arusha, Tanzania

  Last february, we made a Volleyball pitch for our young people in Epiphany Parish in the Archidiocese of Arusha-tanzania. When we began, only a few of them had a slight idea about the game. Almost five months after, many of them have learnt how to play and have come to love the game, such that they want to play even at night. The intention of starting this game was not only to bring the young people together during there free time, but also to help them develop a number of life-skills that a game of volleyball helps to develop. … Continue reading A game of Volley for the youth of SVD Epiphany Parish in Arusha, Tanzania

“Yeho-hanan” God is gracious

Today is the feast of the Nativity of John the Baptist. John became the herald of the grace of God not only to his barren parents but to all humanity. His mission was ordained for him long before his birth. Today, the heralds of this everlasting grace of God that, the one confirmed in Christ, are the missionaries who take the place of Jesus of Nazareth, and in imitation of Him dispense his Love, consolation and mercy to the people. To be a missionary is the call given to all the baptized. All are called to be Christs to one … Continue reading “Yeho-hanan” God is gracious

Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

The devotion and consecration to the Sacred Heart of Jesus has sustained the missionaries and their work of evangelization since the foundation of the Church by the apostles following the commission by Christ Himself. Among these missionaries we have St. Arnold Janssen-the founder of the Divine Word missionaries, St. Joseph Freinademetz-The First Missionary to China sent by Arnold, and St. Daniel Comboni-The founder of Comboni Missionaries and Himself a missionary in Sudan. Sr. Arnold became an apostle to the Sacred Heart and his Motto was: “MAY THE HEART OF JESUS LIVE IN THE HEART OF ALL PEOPLE”. (Fr. Geoffrey Kamau … Continue reading Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus