Sister Amrita Arrives in Kenya

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

July 23, 2022

Sisters of Charity of Nazareth in Kenya were overjoyed to welcome Amrita Manjaly, SCN, to Kenya recently. Sister Amrita is the first SCN to visit the mission since its beginning in February 2021. The COVID-19 pandemic had deprived the Sisters in the mission of having visitors. The Sisters had no limit to their joy to have another SCN visiting them.

Sisters in Kenya are ever grateful to the Central Leadership Team for proving this opportunity of Sister Amrita’s visit. She will spend a week with the Sisters in the mission experiencing their life and ministries. The visit to Kenya follows Sister Amrita’s travel to Botswana earlier this month as part of her experience with African missions.

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  1. Michelle

    How exciting! So good to see all the smiles!

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  2. Ann Palatty

    You are indeed the privileged one, Amrita. May your visit be mutually enriching.

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