On the occasion of the annual International Migrants Day marked December 18, the President of the Episcopal Commission for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant People (CEPAMI) in Angola has appealed for the creation of a “reference structure” to assist migrants.
On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the presence in Angola of the Sisters of the Society of Saint Therese of the Child Jesus (STJ), also called Teresian Sisters, a Catholic Archbishop in the Southern African nation is inviting the Sisters to renew their covenant with the Risen Lord.
Archbishop Luzizila Kiala of Malanje Archdiocese in Angola has urged parents in the Southern African nation to live a life that offers their respective children an opportunity to embrace and nurture their Christian faith.
The Archbishop of Angola’s Huambo Archdiocese has urged Seminarians in the country to exercise perseverance in their divine calling, striving “to be instructed by the Lord” amid challenges that they might be exposed to.
The Archbishop of Angola’s Huambo Archdiocese has cautioned Christians of Holy Cross Canhé Parish of his Metropolitan See against superstitions, and urged them to “be astute and prudent” in their faith practice.
Bishop Firmino David, the newly Consecrated Bishop of Angola’s Sumbe Diocese will need to foster “service and not honor” during his Episcopal ministry.