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Fr. A. Orobator, SJ
Provincial of Eastern Africa
Pilgrims go on a journey far from the security of home in search of deeper spiritual conversion. Think of it as a retreat, an extraordinary learning opportunity in the classroom of life, and an opportunity for some exhilarating fun.
Eastern Africa Pilgrimage Tour

The Midwest Jesuits announce their Eastern Africa Pilgrimage Tour to Nairobi, Kenya, St. Aloysius Gonzaga High School and Jesuit ministries in the Eastern Africa Province June 17 – July 1, 2014.

Complete details including a trip itinerary may be found in the attached pdf files:

Eastern Africa Pilgrimage Tour Part 1 of 2
Eastern Africa Pilgrimage Tour Part 2 of 2

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Our Proposed Schedule is Listed Below- Subject to Availability 

Please contact Jeff Smart for details
jsmart@jesuits.org
phone (800) 922-5327











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