Fr. Terry Charlton, SJ
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Fr. Terry Charlton Shares an Update from St. Aloysius Gonzaga Secondary School in Nairobi, Kenya

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Dear Benefactors and Friends, 

I write to you with a great deal of joy in my heart as we mark the completion of another school year at St. Aloysius. We are grateful to all of you who have supported us in every way through this year. It seems that, each day, we take a small step; it is easy to neglect to look back and consider what has been accomplished since our modest beginnings in 2004. With our 59 seniors, who have just finished their month-long final exams, we have graduated just short of 300 students. Nearly all have continued on in the graduate program with community service. 

With all of God's blessings,  

Fr. Terry Charlton, SJ 
   











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