Two Catholic Bishops in Kenya have urged the electorate in the East African country to be cautious about political candidates offering bribes for votes.
Young mothers in the Archdiocese of Nairobi in Kenya are benefiting from a life skills program spearheaded by members of the Nairobi Central Zone Self Help Group, a Catholic entity “regulated” by Caritas Nairobi.
Members of the Kenya Christian Professionals Forum (KCPF) have said that the pro-life ruling in the United States (U.S.) when the country’s Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade (1973), is set to improve efforts towards the protection of human life.
Those seeking to be elected on August 9 in Kenya “should” be specific about their respective plans to address the high cost of living in the country without passing the buck to their political opponents “or blaming external factors”, Catholic Bishops in the East African nation have said.
There is need to prioritize education in faith in the person of Jesus Christ when engaging in promoting vocations to Religious Life, a Kenyan Catholic Nun has said.
A Catholic Archbishop in Kenya has cautioned the people of God in the East African nation against abortion, saying God is interested in the life of the unborn children.
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.
A Catholic Archbishop has called on Kenyans to find a place for the Word of God and the Eucharist in their families if they are to be on the “path of holiness”.
Members of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) are calling on the electorate in Kenya to examine political candidates on the basis of their “vision” for service if they are not to engage in “careless voting”.
The Archbishop of Nairobi has urged the four members of the Institute of Daughters of St. Paul (FSP) who made their perpetual profession Friday, June 17 to embrace the spirit of service in the Church, and to do so all the days of their lives.
Catholic Bishops in Kenya have cautioned political candidates against taking advantage of the electorate’s “misfortunes and especially funerals” to promote own personal interests.
Late Sr. Mary Clotilde Hegarty, a native of Ireland who, for close to two decades, participated in the formation of Major Seminarians in Kenya, has been eulogized as a “mother figure”.
The newly ordained Kenyan Priests of the Congregation of the Holy Spirit (Spiritans) have been urged to center their Priestly life to the one who called them to the ministry, always striving “to do things God’s way”.
Catholic Bishops in Kenya have cautioned political aspirants against the tendency to demean voters ahead of the August 9 general elections, saying such behavior goes “against the spirit of responsible leadership”.
The newly ordained Bishop of Lodwar Diocese in Kenya, the first-ever Kenyan member of the Congregation of the Holy Spirit (Spiritans) to be consecrated Bishop, has been urged to exercise patience in his Episcopal Ministry, striving to “learn the ways of the people” of God in his Diocese.
Members of the Clergy who tap into the expertise of the Laity have been known to “progress faster” in their respective apostolates, positively contributing to the ongoing preparations for the Synod on Synodality, a Catholic Archbishop in Kenya has said.
The rise in the number of Major Seminarians in Kenya that has resulted in “a minor crisis” of lack of rooms in the national Diocesan Seminaries presents “a good crisis”, a Catholic Archbishop in Kenya has said.
The representative of the Holy Father in South Sudan has described the scheduled ecumenical visit to the East-Central African nation as “a celebration” of Christian faith.
There is need for news journalists in Kenya to proceed with caution when reporting politics ahead of the general elections scheduled to take place on August 9, the Catholic Archbishop of Kisumu Archdiocese has said.
A Catholic Archbishop in Kenya has faulted politicians in the East African nation for prioritizing the use of slogans over political manifestos ahead of the general elections scheduled to take place on August 9.