Last week our Boys from Divine Word Boys High School in Katani, visited Kariandusi Pre-Historic Site in Rift Valley Kenya. According to the National Museums of Kenya website, The Kariandusi archaeological site is amongst the first discoveries of Lower Paleolithic sites in East Africa. There is enough geological evidence to show that in the past, large lakes, sometimes reaching levels hundreds of meters higher than the Present Lake Nakuru and Elementaita, occupied this basin. Dating back between 700,000 to 1 million years old, Kariandusi is possibly the first Acheulian site to have been found in Situ in East Africa. Dr. Leakey, … Continue reading Divine Word Boys High School Visit to Kariandusi Pre-Historic site in Rift Valley
Photos courtesy of Fr. Leon Ipoma via whatsapp The 14th Sunday of Ordinary time year A will go down in the history as the day that the Soweto Parish Community, led by his Eminence Cardinal John Njue, inaugurated the recently completed Adoration Chapel. In the same Celebration 106 received the Sacrament of Confirmation. This is a big step in facilitating the worship for the people of Soweto and all who will visit the parish. We congratulate Fr. Leon and the team for this beautiful Chapel. May the Eucharistic Jesus bless the people of Soweto. Fr. Lawrence Muthee, SVD Continue reading Soweto Parish Nairobi inaugurates Adoration Chapel
Last Saturday 08 July 20717, some youths from Epiphany parish Arusha joined their counterparts in Mateves, an outstation of the parish, to secure the entrance of the Church compound from passersby. With some assorted posts and barbed wire, they made a temporary Fence and a gate to keep off intruders. Later on they enjoyed a meal of roasted and boiled maize from the Church field. The activity brought them together in appreciating their role in the Church. We congratulate them for the motivation and unity they showed. Fr. Lawrence Muthee, SVD Continue reading Securing our compound
In the olden days, many traditional marriages in East Africa were arranged by the parents. The parents chose the marriage partners for their sons and daughters. Since it was the tradition conventional in those days, things went on smoothly and the young couples learnt to love each other as they built up their families and homes. marriage used to be a family and a clan affair rather than individual couple’s affair. However, with the coming of the Christianity and later on the dawn of globalization, things changed a lot. individualization and nuclearization of the marriage affair as well as independence … Continue reading Should my parents choose a marriage partner for me or not?