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Maua Seminary Alumni meets … Mapinduzi Day

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Started with celebration of the Holy Eucharist. Main celebrant was Br Adewald Itatiro, Minister of the Franciscan Capuchin Tanzania Province. Co-celebrants were Br Agapit Tarimo, left, Br Ladislaus S., third from left, and Br Felician Kavishe, right.

Section of those who were already there for mass …

Kizito Ndege, left, and Justus Masengo, right

Arnold Kisambo, left, and Ephraim Kimario, right

Michael Mpaji, left, sharing a light moment with Br Felician Kavishe

Abel Ngapemba, Majembe, and Fr Ladislaus …

Among those who studied at Maua in the 1970s: Henry Mrema a.k.a. Kissinger; Br Felician Kavishe; and Deus.

Majembe, Br Itatiro (The Provincial) and Br Ladislaus a.k.a. Mbundu a.k.a. Babu …

Cheeeeeeeeeeeeeeersssss!!!

Venue: San Damiano, Msimbazi
Resolution: Make Mapinduzi Day a special day for Maua Seminary Alumni … however …. NOT the only day for organising meetings.

Word of the Day: Demonstrate Discipline and Accountability wherever you are … follow footsteps of St Francis of Assis (Henry ‘Kissinger’ Mrema).

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January 13, 2011 at 12:09 am

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  1. 4/2/2015
    Dear all,
    This morning at 5am Sr. Aquinas expired in the nursing home of the
    Holy Union Sisters in Bexleheath, London. She suffered a lot of pain
    over the last months, also loss of memory, and spent several weeks in
    hospital. She felt that she was ready to go after a full life spent in
    teaching in England, in Maua Seminary for over 20 years, in founding a
    teacher training college with the Diocese of Moshi which is now a
    College of the Catholic University in Tanzania, until she returned to
    England in 2007 after having spent over 35 years in Africa.
    Funeral arrangements will be made later. Burial in Bexleheath. She is
    the last of her generation but has a number of nieces and nephews with
    their families.
    Last week I was in London to spend a few days at her bedside. It was
    her wish to return to the Lord who had given her a full life.
    Please tell other people, former students and all who at one time or
    other met her.
    Pray for her and dedicate your life to the service of young and old,
    rich and poor of all walks of life and religious belief as she did.
    Fr. Gandolf OFM Cap, Abu Dhabi (Rector of Maua Seminary 1971-1984)

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    Innocent Bahati

    February 4, 2015 at 3:12 pm


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