The Chancellor of the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) has challenged graduands at a Kenya-based regional institution of higher learning to be proponents of truth, “always” standing for their faith and living a life of service.
When the Association of Member Episcopal Conferences in Eastern Africa (AMECEA) established Blessed Bakanja Seminary 25 years ago, the Nairobi-based Catholic institution admitted only 19 Seminarians from Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda.
The leadership of the Association of Member Episcopal Conferences in Eastern Africa (AMECEA) is appealing for the support of the Blessed Bakanja Seminary to overcome challenges involved in the formation of Seminarians enrolled at the Nairobi-based institution.
The Apostolic Nuncio in Kenya has called upon students in institutions of higher learning in the East African nation to embrace the spirit of service as “the most important thing” in their respective lives.
Youths from various religious denominations in Kenya have joined faith leaders from across the globe in calling for a Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty.
There is need to establish an international agreement requiring polluters to pay for the environmental damage they cause, the Apostolic Nuncio in Kenya and South Sudan has said.
Principals of Catholic Schools in Kenya have been urged to maintain high moral standards in the institutions they manage, and to never shy away from witnessing Christ to nurture holistic learners that are morally and spiritually equipped.
Institutions of learning under the auspices of the Catholic Church in Kenya are moral and faith formation “hubs” where young people “get the right values”, the Bishop of the country’s Kitui Diocese has said.
Managers of Catholic private schools in Kenya have been urged to approach contemporary challenges in their institutions of learning by employing objectivity and “wise leadership”.
An official of the Kenyan government has, during the 41st graduation ceremony of the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA), hailed the regional institution of higher learning for contributing to “education growth and social welfare” in the East African country.
The challenges women face, including those triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic such as gender-based violence and cultural negativities, can be addressed using theological and biblical approaches, a Catholic Nun in Kenya has said.
While it has been believed that drug abuse is a challenge for boys, a consulting firm in Kenya has told participants in the just concluded seventh edition of the conference of Catholic Schools’ Principals Association (CaSPA) in Kenya that girls are now abusing drugs more than their male counterparts.
A Tanzanian Catholic Priest has, at a virtual event, offered insights into the image of the Blessed Virgin Mary as an “icon of African women.”
A Catholic ministry, which members of the Salesians of Don Bosco (SDB) initiated about five years ago in Uganda’s Gulu Archdiocese to serve South Sudanese refugees in the East African nation has spread to local people who had stayed for long without pastoral care.
Graduands at a Kenya-based Catholic University have been encouraged to foster honesty and truthfulness to be able to overcome challenges they might encounter in their lives.
There is a need to revise the old formation programs for those joining Religious Life in Africa to match the positive and negative realities of the current society, a Catholic Nun in Kenya has said.
A Kenyan Nun is advocating for Catholic Sisters in Africa to be allowed, while adhering to the evangelical council of obedience, to join sectors of society that offer a “better pay” in view of sustaining their respective Religious Congregations that are facing tough financial times.
Members of the Clergy and the Laity in Kenya have paid glowing tribute to the late Kenyan Priest and University Professor, Fr. Peter Ignatius Gichure, describing him as one who advocated for Catholic marriage, family life, and peace among family members.
How the Blessed Virgin Mary reflects African values and what the people of God in Africa can learn from her response to angel Gabriel are some of the highlights of a new book that was launched in Nairobi on Tuesday, May 18.
The need for consistent dialogue among African women regardless of age, cultural, and religious differences has been emphasized at the third edition of the conference on Religions and Gender held in Kenya.