Sisters visit outstations in Kenya

Posted by Spalding Hurst

April 8, 2021

Today we visited some of the Catholic families in one of the outstations of our parish. This outstation has a brother who belongs to the Society of Martin de Paul in Uganda. He just finished his vows and had come home for holidays. We spent some time with his family and he accompanied us to visit other Catholic families. Some families are so interior that we have to hire a motorcycle. Motorcycles are the common and cheap mode of public transport to reach the villages. Since this was the first time we were a bit hesitant to ride the motorcycle, but we will get used to it. Otherwise, we will have to walk for more than an hour. We really enjoyed visiting and spending time with the families.

More photos available here.

9 Comments

  1. Roselyn

    Great to see you on your misdionary journeys Vinaya and Philo. Let me hope once you learn your geogrsphy of the area, you will be riding your own motorbikes. GOD BLESS YOU

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  2. Rita K. Davis, SCN

    Looks like you’re meeting a lot of people there. Blessings,
    Rita D.

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    • Louise Smith

      It looks like you are going to have many new experiences and will eventually be your new norm. Blessings, prayers and good luck

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  3. Rosemarie Kirwan

    Utilizing the motorcycle makes you one with your people. Do it fearlessly. Mother Catherine undoubtedly would do so.

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  4. Ann Palatty

    Catherine would be pleased with your efforts to reach out to the remotest areas to spread the Easter joy of the risen Jesus. God bless you, and may you experience physical and interior energy to carry on. Getting on a motorbike must be hard work, but best of luck and have some fun!!!

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  5. Blanche Correia

    Happy to hear from you Vinaya and Philo !

    With the assurance of prayers .

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  6. Catherine Lee

    Thank you for sharing your experiences. May God continue to be with you is my prayer.

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  7. Julie Driscoll

    Thank you for sharing your pioneering in Kenya! I’m sure Catherine has great joy and will accompany you each step of the way!

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    • Anne Marie

      Bravo, Sisters! You are doing a great job! Keep it up!
      Anne Marie

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