To Africa with a Dream
by Olga Marlin
In the late 1950s, Opus Dei sought to begin apostolic work in Africa. A group of young women from various countries moved to Kenya with the aim of starting a school, one open to women of all races and beliefs, the first of its kind. Olga Marlin, who was one of those young women, tells the story of how the women’s faith in their mission was sustained despite obstacles and ultimately bore fruit.