No.17 – Africa 2017 part 3; Church in Busia, Kenya;

Rainbow Tunnel

On Sunday 30th April we went to Bp Isaac’s church in Busia. There were about a hundred people present – some of the women were looking after children in the yard outside until they came in for the Eucharist. It was a special day and many leaders attended. Most adults and children wore HABITS of […]

No.16 – Africa 2017 part 2 – Kisumu on Fri 28th April; Legion Maria Catholics from Kisii; Busia, Kenya

Rainbow Tunnel

We arrived at our hotel on Fri afternoon (April 28th) and soon met Caren and her 12 year-old son Don. Karen is doing easyDholuo – a very important language in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. Sat morning, Cardinal David – who is doing easyEkegusii – arrived with his son Bernard and daughter Eunice. Bernard, aged 30, […]

No.15 – Africa 2017 part 1 – Kampala (Rwanda & Burundi); George; bus to Kijabe Hospital in Kenya

Rainbow Tunnel

I arrived at Entebbe Airport early on Tues 25th April and waited till Bp Isaac Makokha met me. While waiting, i turned down the usual collection of taxi drivers, but gradually became more relaxed with Driver George. We had a cup of tea together and by the time Isaac arrived – the 3 of us […]

No.14 – Home from wonderful time in Africa; blessed wedding in Hawarden, North Wales; next trip outside Europe is to Asia early in 2018

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dear friends – thanks for prayers – more news very soon- came home very tired then went by train to Hawarden to bless a wedding – as promised – on Friday.

Will update this tomorrow Sunday early before church in Llanfairfechan.

Best news is that Narcisse in Camp Rhino in N Uganda is very […]

No.13 – Unfolding Itinerary for Africa ’17


This is my basic itinerary :

Mon April 24th i fly to Entebbe, Uganda – arriving early on Tues 25th – to be met by Bishop Isaac Makokha and friends. Bishop Isaac and i are then together for the whole trip. We take an overnight bus from Kampala to Kijabe, Kenya where we meet friends […]

No.12 – Happy Easter! ; next 5 poorest nations: Asia


I heard yesterday from both families referred to in our DONATIONS : 1. Tony with EMI introduced me to 2 new Burundi contacts – one at Oxford Centre for Hissionary Studies in England. We shall meet when i get back from Africa in May/June 2. My SIM friends who wrote about their new ministry -‘ […]