My name is Sia Nyasari Temu from Tanzania.  I lived in an intentional intercultural community in Nairobi Kenya for 13 years. I am professionally a science teacher, specializing in mathematics and physics. I joined Maryknoll Sisters in 2003. I worked in Kenya as part of the Maryknoll Sisters Peacebuilding Team between 2006 and 2014. I have facilitated intercultural living workshops in both male and female religious houses in Kenya. From 2008-2014 I was a participant and a facilitator of Conversations for Social Change Program in different parts of Kenya which were experiencing conflict. I earned a Bachelor of Art in Theology from Jesuit School of Theology at Hekima University College (Hekima is a Constituency College of Catholic University of Eastern Africa) in Nairobi. Currently, I am applying my knowledge and experience in theology with women religious as well as lay people in a parish. I continue practicing intercultural living in my own community as well as facilitating other diverse groups in creating space to allow to allow all voices to be heard.



October 6, 2019

Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time

Faith has the ability to empower us to act, to believe in the power bigger than ourselves, which is working within us to achieve a better future.

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