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Title: Easternet Newsletter - Vol.11, No.7, July 1996
Authors: Jesuit Province of Eastern Africa
Keywords: Bishop Charles Gomes, S.J.
News From Kimwenza
Your Prayers Are Requested
Loyola House
From Asumbi
Fort Portal
Fr. Kappa Writes From Dodoma.
From Maryland (Usa) To Sri-Lanka To Thailand'to Sudan
Mwangaza News
Fr. Ruhan In Somalia
Vocation Promoters Look Ahead - The News Is Great
Commission On Ministries Meeting • Father Salvador Finally Enters Angola • From The Provincial's Desk
Issue Date: Jul-1996
Publisher: Nairobi: Jesuit Province of Eastern Africa, 1996.
Citation: Terry Charlton, S.J; Bob Mayer, S.J; Antony Ruhan, S.J; George Aikara, S.J; Ozy Gonsaives, S.J; Charles Onyango Oduke, S.J; Stan Mascarenhas, S.J; Sean O'Connor, s.J; Manyanga Raymond,S.J;
Series/Report no.: Easternet Newsletter;Vol.11, No.7, July 1996
Abstract: On the 31st July 1976 Fr. General Pedro Arrupe published a decree setting up the Eastern Africa Region, and ten years later Fr. Peter-Hans Kolvenbach set up the Province of Eastern Africa. In 1977 there were 60 Jesuits working in the Region of Eastern Africa, 47 of them ascribed members. In 1986, when the Region became a Province, the total number of Jesuits was 138, of which 66 were ascribed members. Today> after the recent intake of 13 new novices, the statistics of our Province are as follows....
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