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Life without Patience is like a Tree without Roots

Life without Patience is like a Tree without Roots

By Brother Kenneth Wangila Mulongo

On the final day of the retreat, the theme was Patience, which is critical to any vocation, for whoever has it lacks nothing; God alone is enough. The life that has no patience is like the tree with no roots.

by × August 4, 2017 ×

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Brother Stephen Obara Oketch is asecond year student of English/ Literature and Religious Studies at Tangaza University College in Nairobi, Kenya.

The Virtue of Joy

By Brother Stephen Obara Oketch

The joy that we are yearning for is the interior peace that leads to exterior happiness. It means that we cannot express joy if it is not planted in us by God Himself. God is the main source of our Joy.

by × August 3, 2017 ×

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The Virtues of Courtesy and Prudence

The Virtues of Courtesy and Prudence

By Brother Deus Saka

Courtesy serves as a tool that cherishes love and is governed by self-respect, respect for others, and common sense as the major principles. Prudence as a cardinal virtue plays an important role in our struggle for true discipleship.

by × August 2, 2017 ×

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A Short Reflection on Poverty

A Short Reflection on Poverty

By Brother Stephen Cyprian Simiyu Lusweti

On the second day of retreat Brother Stephen reflects on the centrality of spiritual poverty to the life of a brother.

by × August 1, 2017 ×

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Brother Festus Kathuki Mulu, CFX is a second year student of English/ Literature at Tangaza University College, Nairobi.

The First Day of Retreat

By Festus Kathuki Mulu

Brother Festus summarizes the first day of retreat, which was programmed around the theme, “Knowing and Living our Identity.”

by × July 31, 2017 ×