Rosemary Wanyoike

Rosemary Wanyoike

Rosemary Wanyoike was trained as a nurse before joining the Sisters of Mercy in Kenya. She has worked in Turkana, Kenya, and in Zambia, where she worked with people with HIV/AIDS. After her perpetual profession in 2008, she attended a formation program in Ireland and now directs her community's formation program in Kenya.

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Understanding the Easter mysteries we just celebrated

Remembrance, legacy and our passport to God

What we can learn about leadership from two mothers in Scripture

Let us awake and be our brothers' and sisters' keeper

In my year of collaboration, everyone matters

Easter, 'the rain of our lives,' comes as we're about to give up

During Lent, examine your consciousness and your conscience

Christmas gave us an opportunity to think about creation and act for it

Celebrate and support African children every day

As we take over from the apostles, our lives must be embedded in the Gospel

Every grownup has an obligation to the children in our society

Are we on the road to Emmaus or the road to Jerusalem?

Lent offers chance to make spiritual growth concrete

Christmas: A season of homecoming