A Catholic Bishop in Malawi has emphasized the value of listening describing the practice as “the most precious and life-giving gift”.
A Catholic Priest in Nigeria has proposed the introduction of Catechism classes in cartoon form in order to enhance understanding among children in the West African nation.
The first novena ever prayed is the Pentecost Novena, or the Novena to the Holy Spirit. This year, it began on Friday, May 27, and concludes on Saturday, June 4.
There is need for Catholic youth in South Sudan to offer alternative voices amid far-reaching conflicts characterized by “hatred and greediness”, a youth leader in the country’s only Metropolitan See has said.
Everyone in Nigeria needs psycho-spiritual support owing to the country’s political and economic instability that has plunged the population into depression and other forms of mental challenges, the founder of the Psycho-Spiritual Institute (PSI) has said.
The Church remembers St. Bernard of Manthon on May 28. He was born in 923, probably in the castle Menthon near Annecy, in Savoy, and died at Novara, 1008. He was a descendant from a rich, noble family and received a thorough education. He refused to enter an honorable marriage proposed by his father, and decided to devote himself instead to the service of the Church.
Catholic Bishops in Kenya have urged the people of God in the East African country to evaluate political candidates seeking to be elected in the August 9 general elections so that they can vote in pro-life leaders.
Christian Women in South Sudan who are members of the Sudan Council of Churches National Women Coordination desk (SSCC) are taking part in a three-day spiritual retreat with a focus on the planned ecumenical visit to the East-Central African nation.
There is need for “tight networking” that involves the sharing of information among stakeholders to bring an end to human trafficking, the Director of the Catholic Parliamentary Liaison Office (CPLO) of the Southern African Catholic Bishops’ Conference (SACBC) has said.
There is need to involve the Holy Spirit in every decision in today’s “world of expertise” in order to avoid making unnecessary mistakes, a Catholic Priest in Namibia’s Catholic Archdiocese of Windhoek has said.
The U.S.-based development arm of the Religious Institute of the Salesians of Don Bosco (SDB), Salesian Missions, has facilitated clean water supply to hundreds in a Salesian Parish in the town of Beayop in Equatorial Guinea’s Ebebeyín Diocese.
Members of the Kenya Catholic Doctors’ Association (KCDA) are asking the country’s Attorney General (AG) to advise Kenya’s representative at the ongoing Seventy-fifth World Health Assembly to “explicitly reject” the proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations (IHR).
The Bishop of Zambia’s Ndola Diocese has called upon the people of God in his Episcopal See to unite with a purpose and vision that seeks to build and develop the local church for the common good of all.
An Italian Benedictine monk who became the “Apostle of the English,” Saint Augustine of Canterbury is honored by the Catholic Church on May 27.
Kenya is experiencing a “stormy weather” amid intensifying political campaigns ahead of August 9 general elections with politicians exchanging “ungodly words”, a Catholic Archbishop in the East African country has said, and called on political leaders to sacrifice their ego for peace.
Officials of the Catholic Development Commission in Malawi (CADECOM) of the Episcopal Conference of Malawi (ECM) have called for collaboration in the efforts aimed at conserving the environment in the Southern African nation.
There is need for “more awareness” about the abuse of minors and vulnerable adults in Southern Africa, a Catholic Nun has said.
Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW), a UK-based human rights foundation, has condemned the approval by a Sudanese court to demolish properties belonging to a church in Omdurman, Sudan’s second city, noting that the move thwarts efforts to promote religious freedom in the country.