Bishop Martín Lasarte Topolansky of Angola’s Lwena Diocese has cautioned against the “game” of corruption.
Members of the Daughters of St. Mary of Guadalupe (FSMG) in Angola have been urged to look into the future with vision and strategy as they mark four decades of service in the Southern African nation.
Bishop António Lungieki Pedro Bengui has called on followers of Christ in Angola to be part of the promoters of values that are consistent with their faith, including the value of working together and being considerate to each other.
Bishop Maurício Agostinho Camuto of Caxito Diocese in Angola has called out parliamentarians in the country for purchasing and flashing luxury cars, saying the legislators are “insensitive” to the needs of the poor.
Fr. Jorge Luis Rodríguez Baquero, the Provincial Superior of the Congregation of the Mission (Vincentians/Lazarists-C.M) in Angola, who died in a January 14 road accident has been eulogized as a witness to the love of God for the marginalized.
The Auxiliary Bishop of Angola’s Benguela Diocese has cautioned parents against child labor in the Southern African nation.
Bishop Maurício Agostinho Camuto of Caxito Diocese in Angola has appealed for support for victims of floods in the country’s Bengo Province.
The service of the members of the Pious Society of the Daughters of St. Paul (FSP/Pauline Sisters) in Angola for the last 25 years has been “extremely fruitful”, a member of the Society has said.
At the Eucharistic celebration to mark 24 years since he was Ordained Bishop, the Local Ordinary of Angola’s Lubango Archdiocese has urged the people of God to be “visible signs of unity” in the Church.
The Annual Congress of the Association for the Promotion of Women in the Angolan Catholic Church (PROMAICA) has ended with a call on women in the Southern African nation to make rational use of new Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs).
Bishop Maurício Agostinho Camuto of Caxito Diocese in Angola has weighed in on the reported spike in road accidents in the Southern African nation, and called for responsible driving.
Members of the Pious Society of the Daughters of St. Paul (FSP/Pauline Sisters) in Angola have been lauded for their commitment to spreading the Gospel by engaging “tools of our time”.
Bishop Emílio Sumbelelo of Viana Diocese in Angola has cautioned Deacon Pedro Lucau Caganjo Massuca, whom he ordained a Priest against celebrating daily Holy Mass everyday as “a ritual function”.
Archbishop José Manuel Imbamba of Angola’s Saurimo Archdiocese has emphasized the need to improve the living conditions of inmates at Luzia Prison in the country’s Lunda Sul Province.
Church leaders in Africa, who have prohibited the implementation of Fiducia Supplicans (FS) in their Episcopal Sees and territories they govern.
The Catholic Archdiocese of Luanda in Angola has launched a Christmas Solidarity Initiative to reach out to thousands of vulnerable persons in Parishes within the Metropolitan See.
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.
The 10 newly ordained Priests in Angola’s Luanda Archdiocese have been urged to foster the healing ministry, bringing hope after the example of Jesus Christ to the people of God under their pastoral care.
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.
On the First Sunday of Advent marked on December 3, Catholic Bishops in Angola have called for vigilance, and called on the people of God in the Southern African nation to pray for and foster peace in their respective families.