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A session of the JHIA conference in Nairobi (foto: JHIA/ Senay Abate)

A session of the JHIA conference in Nairobi (foto: JHIA/ Senay Abate)

Protestant and Catholic academicians meet in Nairobi

20/08/2017 17:41

Christianity in Africa (Catholic or Protestant) has been impacted by the Protestant Reformation of Martin Luther says the Director of the Nairobi-based Jesuit Historical Institute in Africa (JHIA).

 

Kenya's general elections

Maasai women queue to cast their votes in Kenya's general elections

Kenyans vote in general election

08/08/2017 14:39

Kenyans went to the polls on Tuesday in a general election pitting the current President Uhuru Kenyatta against opposition leader Raila Odinga.

Bishop Cornelius Korir, Diocese of Eldoret, Kenya

Bishop Cornelius Korir, Diocese of Eldoret, Kenya

Peace Advocate, Bishop Korir calls for peaceful elections

31/07/2017 10:54

Kenya: Media and religious groups should work to unite people says Bishop Korir, a renowned peace advocate hailed for his peace-building efforts with northern Kenya's warring pastoralist communities.

 

Pedestrians walk past a message of peace painted by local street artist Solomon Muyundo, also known as Solo7 in Nairobi’s Kibera township

Pedestrians walk past a message of peace painted by local street artist Solomon Muyundo, also known as Solo7 in Nairobi’s Kibera township

Church in Kenya prays for peaceful elections

28/07/2017 15:58

Kenya's Conference of Catholic Bishops has invited the Catholic faithful to join in a novena to pray for peaceful elections due next month.

 

Actress Emma Rigby travels to Northern Kenya with CAFOD to monitor the work of Caritas partners on the ground in tackling the humanitarian crisis

Actress Emma Rigby travels to Northern Kenya with CAFOD to monitor the work of Caritas partners on the ground in tackling the humanitarian crisis

CAFOD appeals for support for millions facing starvation in East Africa

11/07/2017 17:01

Across East Africa, millions face starvation because of drought, lack of food, and civil war. The UN has described this as the largest humanitarian crisis in more than 70 years. CAFOD has launched an appeal to provide urgenet supplies to some 16 million people facing hunger int he region.
 
 

File: Children dance in a procession during the beatification of Consolata missionary Irene Stefani,"Nyaatha

File: Children dance in a procession during the beatification of Consolata missionary Irene Stefani,"Nyaatha

Consolata School -Nairobi Marks a Golden Jubilee

09/07/2017 19:45

KENYA: Pomp and colour as Consolata school -Nairobi marks a golden Jubilee