Malindi, 25 September, 2021 / 10:30 pm (ACI Africa).
Members of St. Paul’s Catholic Church Ndeu, an Outstation of St. John the Evangelist Hindi Parish of Kenya’s Malindi Diocese, are visiting non-practicing Parishioners in view of bringing them back to the Catholic faith.
A Sunday, September 19 report of the Kenyan Diocese indicates that the Catholic Outstation is located in the predominantly Muslim region in one of the hardship Dioceses of the East African country.
“For a very long time our Parishioners in Ndeu have been reaching out to non-practicing Catholics in their Outstation, helping them to address challenges that resulted in their backsliding, and leading them back to the Church,” Fr. Calistus Wabwire has been quoted as saying in the news report shared with ACI Africa.
Credit: Moses M. Mpuria
Fr. Wabwire, the Parish Priest of St. John the Evangelist Hindi Parish, says that the tremendous growth in faith and participation in sacramental life among the Parishioners of Ndeu Outstation is because of the initiative by a Small Christian Community (SCC).