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How Consolata Missionaries in Kenya Remain Alive for Over a Century

Early missionaries faced various adversities. However, the vision to evangelize did not die due to these challenges. They continued to spread the gospel and offered to support to local communities.

How Consolata Missionaries in Kenya Remain Alive for Over a Century
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