A PLACE OF WORSHIP

By Br. Henry Ngeli, FMS 

Praising God is contagious, especially for those of us who like to be affected by him echoed Shelena Griffiths. Entering the Marist chapel on a Sunday morning for the first time, one would think it is one of the biggest parishes within Nairobi, it is really mesmerizing seeing how religious men and women as well as the lay faithful come to discover the presence of God.

Thanks to the Brothers for their generosity for making the Centre accessible to many. This has helped them to deepen their relationship with God.

Being an international Centre with Brothers, Priests and Sisters from different parts of Africa, Marist has gone miles in diversifying liturgical practices. For instance, the liturgical hymns that are sung during Mass are in different languages across the continent. The songs are not only good to the ear; they nourish the souls. The homilies spiritually enrich the congregants to experience God in their lives. 

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Considering all what is mentioned above and what goes on at Marist, it is notable to point out that Marist International Centre has indeed become the Centre of worship for the people from within and around Karen. The quietness of the place helps peo-ple to enter into meditation and the good atmos-phere helps the congregation to listen to the voice of God as they enter the premises of Marist. All is done for the glory of God.

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