Bairbre de Búrca shares her experience of her first visit to Africa
Last December I made my first journey to the African continent. Working as a chaplain in Milltown Institute for Philosophy and Theology, Dublin during the previous 5 years, I had been exposed to Africa in a very seductive way. Some of the staff were returned missionaries...
First Impressions of Zambia
For some years a group of Form 5 and 6 pupils from Monkstown Christian Brothers School, Dublin, Ireland have been coming to visit Lusaka, and in particular Ng’ombe Compound... To hear their impressions,
Treasure Life as a God Given Gift: Gratitude for my Education Sponsorship
James Mpande tells his story.. Read more>>>
Open to Surprises
Sr. Mary Fisher writes
...As I look back over the last 26 years, where the Spiritual apostolate was my primary focus, the life of "surprises" played its part in many ways. Read more>>>
Choosing the Teaching Profession
I am in my third year in Tangaza College training to be a teacher. What prompted me to take up the teaching profession was my zeal to “be” with the youth. I enjoyed my youth and I would like each young person to do the same. Read more>>>
Sr. Angella Nakigudde
Sr. Angella Nakigudde shares her experience of working with Kwamokya Christian Caring Community in Kampala, Uganda.