The St. Mark Parish in Ol Moran, founded in 1997, belongs to the Diocese of Nyahururu (Kenya) and is also a Diocesan Mission of the Patriarchate of Venice. Located on the central region of the highlands of Laikipia County, close to the equator line, the territory covered by the parish extends for an area of almost 1500 square kilometres in a rural and semi-arid area, where about 10.000 people live in several villages.
The parish is formed by 20 local churches or chapels scattered in the area, each one with its own small Christian communities, groups and associations.
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Saint Mark Parish logo, representing a winged lion holding the motto “Amani kwako Marko (Mwinjili wangu)”, translation of the latin “Pax tibi Marce, evangelista meus” (“Peace to you Mark, my evangelist”).
Ol Moran Parish Priest, since 2009.
Fidei Donum missionary in the Diocese of Nyahururu, in Kenya since 2007.
Diocesan priest in the Patriarchate of Venice, ordained in 2002.
Ol Moran Parish Vicar, since 2022.
Diocesan priest in the Diocese of Nyahururu, ordained in 2022.
International religious congregation of missionary nuns, founded in 1978 by mother Vincenza Minet and recognized from the Holy See as Institute of Pontifical Right in 1999. The General House is located in Rome (Italy) while other communities are settled in Italy, Brasil, Camerun, Philippins, Kenya, Madagascar and Poland. The Ol Moran religious community, founded in 2002, is the oldest presence of the congregation in Kenya.
Contacts in Kenya: Sisters Servants of the Visitation – Ol Moran, P. O. Box 20, 20320 Kinamba (Kenya); firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org.