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Preparing for my work of evangelization at Olbalbal, I’ve been looking back at the work done by our “founding fathers” here in Maasai country. One of these, Fr. Vincent Donovan, gave us one of the key premises on which to build our work of establishing the church in Maasai country. In his letter of April […]

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Life Giving Salt

Traveling down Ngorongoro Mountain to Olbalbal, I came upon Olendoiye waiting by the side of the road for a lift. He, his wife Nasha, Seina his daughter of ten years and four year old son Lekosan were returning from their “boma” in the highlands of Ngorongoro near the crater rim to their temporary cattle camp […]

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Christmas at Ngoile

Today, Christmas eve celebration at Ngoile, another small community in the Olbalbal area, was special. The gathering place at Ngoile is a thorn bush fenced circular chest high area. The people have constructed their “church” from Acacia tree branches. Within the sanctuary are two circular rows of flat top stones serving as stools for the […]

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THIRD OUTFIT Long, olive green dress from Ralph Lauren Replica Hermes Birkin, a favorite designer. Fabric belt was switched for a camel leather braided belt by Michael Kors. Brown leather gladiator sandals by Franco Sarto and camel leather vintage edition Coach bag. ”But the delay meant I missed the first flight to McMurdo Sound,” Cutler […]

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Caught with a Potato

On the way to Olbalbal on Tuesday I met a woman returning from the police station. The Ngorongoro police arrested her husband for growing some potatoes at his “boma” at Olmunyi in the hills above Olbalbal. Some time ago all cultivation was forbidden here in the Conservation Area of Ngorongoro. Tearfully, the women, an infant […]

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Commuting to Olbalbal

I’m here at Ngorongoro mission with Fr. Joe Herzstein. At the new mission, we are putting up a small building with three rooms, one living and sleeping, a store room and an inside bathroom. In the meantime, I am staying at Ngorongoro mission and doing the work at Olbalbal from here. Fr. Joe’s mission is […]

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A Pig on the Doorstep

I opened the front door this morning to find a giant forest hog on the doorstep. They are very large wild pigs, black in color and standing three feet tall at the shoulder. He (or she) stood looking at the apparition in the doorway, snorted a couple of times and ambled off. Since returning to […]

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He said he really didn have much time right then

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Back Home

It’s good to be back home in Maasai country. It has been raining and everywhere the fields and hills are covered with rich green grass. The cattle are giving milk and people are no longer frequently hungry as they were during the recently ended dry season. Today I’ve bought a battery and wire to use […]

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