St. Theresa’s Eregi Girls High School of the Catholic Diocese of Kakamega in Kenya, which was temporarily closed following an outbreak of a strange illness is reopening this week with a number of psycho spiritual activities including counseling of the students.
Videos of Kenyan schoolgirls walking with difficulty, weeping and shaking uncontrollably took the internet by storm on Wednesday, October 4. Speculations were thrown around, with some suggesting that the students of St. Theresa’s Eregi Girls High School of Kenya’s Catholic Diocese of Kakamega were suffering from mass hysteria.
On Wednesday, October 4, officials from Kenya’s ministry of education visited St. Theresa’s Eregi Girls High School of the Catholic Diocese of Kakamega where an outbreak of a strange illness had been reported.
Kenya’s Catholic Diocese of Kakamega has seen off 200 pilgrims who are trekking some 160 miles to a Marian shrine where they will participate in the country’s annual prayer day slated for October 7.
The newly ordained Deacons and Priests for the Catholic Diocese of Kakamega in Kenya have been instructed to make the fostering of family values in their “official duty”.
Vocation to Religious Life is a fruit of God’s grace and is therefore not a possession of an individual person but “belongs to God”, Bishop Mark Kadima said during the profession of 11 members of the Congregation of Sisters of Mary of Kakamega (SMK).
On the occasion of his Episcopal Golden Jubilee celebration, the pioneer Bishop of Kakamega Diocese in Kenya, Bishop Philip Sulumeti, has been hailed as a “giant of faith”.
The Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Kisii in Kenya has called on politicians in the East African nation to come to terms with the fact that the general elections ended and to focus on uniting Kenyans regardless of their ethnic backgrounds.
Pope Francis has acknowledged with appreciation the five-decade Episcopal Ministry of a Kenyan Catholic Bishop, lauding him as a diligent and zealous servant who preached “the gospel truth to the people.”
Ahead of the Golden Jubilee celebration of his Episcopal Ordination, Bishop Philip Sulumeti, the pioneer Local Ordinary of the Catholic Diocese of Kakamega in Kenya, has been lauded for his efforts to lay the foundation of faith in the Western part of the country.
A Catholic Bishop in Kenya has urged the President William Ruto-led government that was inaugurated last month to “work together” with members of the opposition in addressing issues affecting citizens of the East African nation.
There is need for more research on Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) in Kenya before allowing the cultivation of GM crops, a Catholic Bishop in the East African country has said.
The Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Kakamega in Kenya has called upon the people of God under his Pastoral care to maintain peace as the electorate in the Kenyan County prepare to elect their Governor.
The Catholic Bishop of Kakamega Diocese in Kenya has urged those in Consecrated Life to explain to their respective family members “the implications and the consequences” of the life they have chosen to live.
Itando Mission Hospital of the Catholic Diocese of Kakamega in Kenya where Sr. Sunita Conceicao Eusebia Colaco served until her death in a road accident is to be named after the Indian-born Catholic Nun, Bishop Joseph Obanyi Sagwe has said.
Bishop Joseph Obanyi Sagwe of Kenya’s Catholic Diocese of Kakamega has encouraged the people of God in his Episcopal See to remain dedicated to peace throughout the electioneering period in the East African nation.
Women and men Religious serving in Kenya’s Kakamega Diocese have been challenged to organize regular meetings to celebrate Consecrated Life at the grassroots in Parishes or local communities with the view of promoting vocations to Religious Life.
Service delivery at Kenya’s biggest medical insurer, National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF), is wanting despite huge investment in the entity, the Bishop of Kenya’s Kakamega Diocese has said.
All people despite their social status, including politicians, are called to live a life of holiness and have an equal opportunity to become saints, the Bishop of Kenya’s Kakamega Diocese has said.
Faith-based leaders in Africa are among hundreds of “the high-level religious and spiritual leaders who have signed onto the Sacred People, Sacred Heart Statement”, calling for a joint response to the COVID-19 pandemic and “the climate crisis.”