Pastoral Team

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Daniel Bertea
Parish Priest
Fr. Daniel was born on 21st February 1964 in San Francisco –Córdoba- Argentina. He joined the Institute in 1988 spending three years in Argentina. From there he went to Colombia for his novitiate where he made his first Religious Profession on 5th January 1992. From there he was sent to Allamano House, Langata, Nairobi for his Theological studies, from 1992 to 1996. He was ordained Deacon on 11 November 1995 at Consolata Shrine, Nairobi.

Finishing his studies he went back home where he was ordained a Consolata Missionary Priest on 15th June 1996. Posted back to Kenya, he spent few months in Tanzania to learn Kiswahili. It was while being there that he got his appointment to work at Consolata Shrine; where he reached on the first days of February 1997. He served the Parish upto October 2001.

From there he was transferred to Rome, to the Theological Seminary of the Consolata Missionaries to work in the Formation Team, while undertaking some studies on Spiritual Theology.

In June 2004 he was transferred to Buenos Aires, Argentina to take charge of the formation of the Latinoamerican Novitiate (even having the presence of a Spanish and a South Korean novice) upto December 2010. Being transferred back to Kenya, he arrived in the month of April 2011, getting his destination of going back to Consolata Shrine.

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Evans Mochama
Assistant parish Priest
My names are Fr. Evans Mochama Mogwanchi, a Consolata Missionary priest. I was born on 6th March 1979 in Kisii to the late Alex Mogwanchi and mama Grace Kemunto, being their forth born child in a family of six. I schooled in the local primary school and after my standard 8 I joined Cardinal Otunga High School, Mosocho in 1994 until 1997. In 1998, I joined Consolata missionaries for my formation where I spent one year in Propaedeutic and three years in Philosophy at Lang’ata Nairobi.

In 2002, I went to Murang’a for my Novitiate which I completed on 16th July 2003 when I did my first religious profession. After profession, I was sent to the Republic Democratic of Congo for my theological studies. I spent almost a year to learn French before beginning my theology. I began my theology in 2004 until 2008. I was sent to a parish for my year of service (Pastoral experience) and on 11th July 2009 I pronounced my final vows (perpetual profession), and the following day on 12th July was ordained Deacon.

The same year on 13th December I came back to Kenya for my priestly ordination. I was ordained on 20th March 2010 in my home parish, Sengera Parish in Kisii Diocese by Bishop Joseph Mairura of the Catholic Diocese of Kisii.

After ordination, I was destined back to Congo for my priestly apostolate. There I was sent to the northern part of Congo in the Diocese of Wamba where I was to work among the Pygmies. I worked here for six years.

It is after this period of six years that I was destined back to Kenya for my further theological studies. Currently, I am doing masters in pastoral theology in the Catholic University of Eastern Africa. As I study my Kenya superiors sent me to the Consolata Shrine as an Assistant parish Priest as I study where I am currently working.
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Joseph Caesar Walusimbi
ASSISTANT PARISH PRIEST
I am a Consolata missionary from Uganda, from the archdiocese of Kampala, in the diocese of Masaka. I am the first born from the family of 4 siblings. I started my seminary formation in 2003 in Kampala, studied philosophy at the Consolata seminary in Langata. I had the novitiate in Maputo ( Mozambique). In 2009 Started Theology in Tangaza College. After Theology I had pastoral experience and Deaconate service at the Consolata Parish in Loiyangallani (Marsabit County).I was ordained a priest in Kampala on 14.09.2013. After ordination I was sent to Italy for further studies and worked as a formator in the Consolata International Theological Seminary in Rome (Italy). I have just been appointed the Assistant Parish Priest of the Consolata Shrine.