Kinshasa, 18 September, 2019 / 11:09 pm (ACI Africa).
The engaging of parishioners in the various missions of DR Congo will characterize the celebration of 100 years since the Order of Canons Regular of the Holy Cross, popularly known as Crosier, started their mission in the central African nation.
Among the activities planned include parish-based evangelization campaigns, conferences, and celebrations of the Holy Eucharist.
“This celebration offers an opportunity for the Crosiers to implant their spirituality in parishes throughout the DR Congo,” Bishop Sikuli Paluku Melchisédech of Butembo-Beni said Saturday, September 14 during the launch of the centenary celebrations.
“As we celebrate today the centenary of the Crosiers in the DRC, let us all take the engagement to follow Christ as active members of his Church,” he Said.
The parish-based evangelization campaigns a focus on the spirituality of the order, which is based on the Triumph of the Cross.