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Title: Rafiki - May 2014
Authors: St. Gonzaga Gonza Jesuit Novitiate
Keywords: It was a home of Learning
Memories of Gonzaga Gonza
My novitiate Experience
Heri Nawatakia
Searching for Meaning
The glory of God resides in a man who is fully alive
Ordinary Season yet it’s extraordinary
Wade in the water
Africa and the 200th Anniversary of the Restoration of the Jesuits
Discovery of Conscience
A marginal thinker
Issue Date: May-2014
Publisher: Arusha: Jesuit Novitiate of Eastern Africa Province, 2014.
Citation: Fr. Bernard Mallia, Sj: Noel Tumaini, nSJ; Ayele Shalamo, nSJ; Eddie Onyango; Francis Arinaitwe, nSJ; Wafula Emmanuel, nSJ; Kimario Mark, nSJ; Michael Kyallo,nSJ; John Siyumbu, nSJ; Patrick Oyet, nSJ; Agbonkhianmeghe E. Orobator, SJ; Lubega Aloysious, SJ; Festo Mkenda, SJ;
Series/Report no.: Rafiki;May 2014
Abstract: provinces or individuals without exception. As if to ensure the momentum would not be lost, on January 1, 2012, the General wrote again, this time urging Major Superiors to prepare for and facilitate activities related to the bi-centenary. “Each important date on the calendar is an opportunity for reflection and learning,” said he in the letter that viewed the bicentennial celebration as an occasion to “enter more deeply into the continuing renewal of the Society that takes place in each generation.” Outlining a number of topics that could be explored historically, the General reminded the Major Superiors that “prayerful reflection based on the historical knowledge…can enable us to learn from the lights and shadows of our past so that we might see more clearly and embrace more generously what the Lord calls us to do in our own times.....
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