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Dand Family Donates SBS Chapel’s Monstrance

  Apr 8, 2016


Dand Family Donates SBS Chapel’s Monstrance

The Dand family comprising of Sylvie, Jim, Martha and Marisol, have generously donated the Monstrance for the Strathmore Business School’s Chapel to be used during Eucharistic Adoration or Solemn Benediction and Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament.

The first Holy Mass was celebrated on Thursday, 7th April, 2016.

The family has made this donation because they believe it will help the present and future generations of staff, students and all those who use the Business School, to have a deeper devotion to Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament.

The Dand’s and in particular, Sylvie, who is the sister of Fina D’Souza, a staff member of Strathmore Business School, trust that the devotional  practices using the monstrance, will help to foster greater love for God in all those who participate in them.

All those who go through SBS should experience a transformation, through virtue, which is achieved by an interplay of wisdom, that is, the development of the whole person within a framework of ethics, and the continuous seeking of improvement of oneself, through work well done in an atmosphere that nourishes both spirit and intellect. The devotional practices of the Solemn Benediction and Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament greatly help in this.


How to donate

The chapel is a key element of the spirit underlying the Business School’s ethos of service to society, greatly necessary for a virtuous transformation of leadership in Africa.  SBS therefore invites you to contribute towards the needs of the Chapel.

For more information on how you can assist, please contact:

Wilson Kalunge –  OR

Fina D’Souza –




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