Opus Dei in Kenya and Uganda

Opus Dei started in Kenya in 1958, by the direct impulse of St. Josemaría Escrivá. It was the first country on the African Continent where faithful of Opus Dei were to go.

Governance
The Regional Vicar
Opus Dei in East Africa
Centres in East Africa
Personal testimonies
Testimonies
Apostolic initiatives
Social Initiatives
Opus Dei in East Africa
Safe Environment

Kenya

"The Church is there for them"

"The Church is there for them"

Dominic Kimengich is the Bishop of Lodwar, a diocese in northern Kenya, in an area prone to war conflicts with many refugees. He speaks about the pressing needs of the refugees, especially those from South Sudan.

"From an African Train": A Life Given to Africa

"From an African Train": A Life Given to Africa

Thirty years ago, in August 1987, a young member of Opus Dei managed to save the life of an African boy in Kenya – but lost his own in doing so. The story of that day is recounted by Miguel Aranguren in his book "Desde un Tren Africano."