Novices of SMK in Shimalabadu, Novitiate, Kenya.
Transportation (boda boda) by bicycle in Malaba, Kenya.
Students of St. Martin De Porres, after winning the National Music Festival, display their Irish dance.
Once completing their Novitiate, Sisters of Mary go forth to serve some rather remote locations in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Sudan, and now, the United States. Above, left, are novices in training to become Sisters at the Novitiate in Kenya. The Sister in the above left picture has just arrived at her community by means of the local taxi common in East Africa, Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, called, in Swahili, a boda boda.
SMK first visit to St. Francis of Assisi School in Bend, Oregon, share fun with the students at lunch time.
Deaf boys and girls of St. Martin De Porres School are happy as the lead teacher, Mr. Fred, looks on. The school is in Mumias, Kenya.
Students from Baker Diocese, with Bishop Liam Cary, priests and Sister Sabina, gather at the Idaho Convention of the Catholic Youth Students held in Boise, Idaho, USA.
Among school children, whether in Oregon, USA or in their African schools, the Sisters offer gentle guidance and a role model of a life lived following the teachings of Jesus Christ.
The cement for a new dormitory arrives by the least expensive means possible, a donkey cart still an efficient means of transportation in rural areas of Africa.
Sisters are celebrating with newly confirmed Christians in Dar Salaamu, Tanzania.
Opening SMK Ontario community with the traveling RV.
SMK arrival for the new mission in Southern Sudan.