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- ItemTangaza Update (RIP mourning our dear father)(Tangaza University College, 2009-03) Tangaza University CollegeI take the opportunity to inform both, the internal & external readers of Tangaza College that we have lost a son, brother and father with the passing to Eternal Life in recent days of our beloved Father Ambrose Mutinda, C.S.Sp. (March 4th 2009). Father Mutinda, born in July 16 Jii,.67 in Machakos District, attended •sery and primary school in his home village. He entered the junior seminary (Pope Paul VI, in Machakos) where he did his 0-levels. Upon finishing 0-levels, he enrolled at Queen of Apostles, Ruaraka, and completed his A-level. In 1987, he began his vocational journey towards religious life and Priesthood upon entering the Missionary Spiritan College in Njiro, Arusha, Tanzania. In 1991, Father Mutinda first entered Tangaza College and complet ed his undergraduate studies in 1994. Father Ambrose was ordained a year later (1995) and first missioned among the Massai People in Arusha. In the year 2002, our son came back to his Alma Mater as a lecturer follow ing his studies in Sacred Scriptures at the Biblicum in Rome where he earned a License in Sacred Scripture. Since that time, Father Ambrose has been an active member of the College Community as a Lecturer in the School of Theology as well as the Institutes. He was most appreciated both, in and out of the classroom. In the year 2005, Father Mutinda became the Dean of Theology, a post he held until his untimely death. So, you can readily see he was our son as he journeyed through the college as a student. He is a big Brother to several siblings, young priests particularly, Spiritians and to students he has taught over the years and a Father to our current students at the College. He will be sorely missed! Our heartfelt condolences to Father's mother, his siblings and to the religious family, the Spiritans, upon the death of their son and brother. May the Angels Lead the soul of Father Ambrose Mutinda into Paradise!