Divine Word Parish Feeding Program began in 2014 as a weekly support to the poor and needy, old and abandoned of Kayole, a suburb of Nairobi, Kenya. The program offers basic packets of food to lift the needy above hunger. It has gradually grown to a weekly and monthly feeding program for street children and aged people who have been abandoned. Divine Word Missionaries came to Kayole in ...
In His life, Jesus exemplified the corporal works of mercy: to feed the hungry, to give drink to the thirsty, to clothe the naked, to welcome the stranger, to heal the sick, to visit the imprisoned, and to bury the dead. Since Jesus ... Read More
The Arnold Project, which provides social services for needy families, is named in honor of St. Arnold Janssen, founder of Divine Word Missionaries. The project operates in three parishes in Guayaquil—St. Arnold Janssen in Mount Sinai; ... Read More
About a year ago, my cell phone rang in my pocket while I was in Tamale shopping for my mission, Christ the King parish in Gushiegu, Ghana, which was sixty-five miles away. The urgent call was from James, our catechist, who ... Read More