African Lenten and Easter Stories
February 19, 2008

Cold Rice, Hot Soda

Cold Rice, Hot Soda By Rev. Joseph G. Healey, M.M. For the missionary in Africa Holy Week is the busiest time of the year and the […]
February 19, 2008

African Way of the Cross Following Our Local African Situation Especially the Sufferings, Crosses, and Problems of Our Everyday Life

African Way of the Cross Following Our Local African Situation Especially the Sufferings, Crosses, and Problems of Our Everyday Life By Rev. Joseph G. Healey, M.M. […]
February 19, 2008

Wanjiku’s Long Safari

Wanjiku’s Long Safari There is a story about a certain East African woman named Wanjiku. She was very beautiful and energetic. All the people looked at […]
February 19, 2008

I Had Lunch With God

I Had Lunch With God NOTE: When Mary Magdalene meets Jesus in the garden she first thinks he is the gardener. Then she says, “I have […]
February 19, 2008

Parable of the Two Young Men on the Road to Nakuru

Parable of the Two Young Men on the Road to Nakuru By Rev. Joseph G. Healey, M.M. A Contemporary Retelling of the Emmaus Story In Africa […]
February 19, 2008

Lenten Journey in a Brown Paper Bag

Lenten Journey in a Brown Paper Bag By Rev. Joseph G. Healey, M.M. One day a Catholic man of Iramba Parish in Musoma Diocese in Western […]
February 18, 2008

Walking the Way of the Cross in Africa Today

Walking the Way of the Cross in Africa Today 1 Jesus is Condemned Jesus is unjustly victimized even today Lord, when the Jews came to throw […]
February 18, 2008

What is the Most Important Religion?

What is the Most Important Religion? By Rev. Joseph G. Healey, M.M. One day the leaders of all the great world religions met to discuss and […]
February 18, 2008

Masanja Goes to Dar es Salaam (story alone)

Masanja Goes to Dar es Salaam (story alone) There is a well-known Sukuma, Tanzania riddle that goes like this: “I have a riddle.” “Let it come.” […]