After a successful 2-day visitation with Tom Lawler/staff and various Milwaukee Jesuit ministries and communities, Fr. Agbonkhianmeghe Orobator (Provincial of Eastern Africa) returned to Nairobi on November 23. His two-day schedule included visits to Nativity Jesuit Middle School, Gesu, as well as concelebrating the annual Marquette High World Hunger Mass and engaging Marquette University administrators/faculty for possible collaboration with a Jesuit higher education initiative in Eastern Africa. WIS and AOR look forward to renewing our twinning convenio next year with a stress on mutuality, reciprocity and a shared commitment to frontiers. Current apostolic priorities of AOR include: formation (a majority of the 200 province members have not yet taken final vows), education, faith and justice initiatives, and capacity building (such as the new AOR development office). The new AOR province website provides frequent updates and news such as the province’s current 25th Silver Jubilee underway. In addition to his provincial duties, Fr. Orobator keeps up his theological work during his evenings and long bus rides, most recently editing Reconciliation, Justice and Peace: The 2nd African Synod, which launched earlier this month (Orbis Press). During this visit he also attended a conference at Notre Dame and delivered the keynote speech Africa: My Africa at the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice (contact John Sealey if you would like the text). You can see a short video interview with Fr. Orobator courtesy of National Jesuit News.