The newly professed members of the Missionary Sisters of Evangelization (MSE) in Kenya have been cautioned against lamenting about the lack of love in Religious communities, and instead challenged to “pump that love” into their respective communities.
Caritas is an entity under the auspices of the Catholic Church hierarchy, and as such operates with the goal to witness the person of Jesus Christ, distinct from Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO), the new President of Caritas Africa has said.
For a long time, residents of Wenje, a town in the coast region of Kenya served by the Catholic Diocese of Garissa traveled over 50 kilometers to access medical services at a government hospital.
The 2023 Africa Food Systems Forum was an important moment for the world's second-largest and second-most populous continent to explore ways of transforming “its food systems”, an official of the Jesuit Justice and Ecology Network Africa (JENA) has said.
The leadership of the Inter-Regional Meeting of the Bishops of Southern Africa (IMBISA) bringing together representatives of Catholic Bishops from nine countries of Southern Africa has expressed the commitment to fostering an inclusive regional association.
Catholic communicators in Kenya have been urged to champion the conservation of nature, taking deliberate efforts to correct errors around climate change.
There is need for members of the Clergy to prepare their homilies, handling their ministry in a “professional” way as they feed the people of God with the word of God, Bishop John Mbinda of Kenya’s Lodwar Diocese has said.
Youths from various religious denominations in Kenya have joined faith leaders from across the globe in calling for a Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty.
There is need to establish an international agreement requiring polluters to pay for the environmental damage they cause, the Apostolic Nuncio in Kenya and South Sudan has said.
Africa’s leaders who gathered in the Kenyan capital city, Nairobi, for the three-day inaugural Africa Climate Summit (ACS) that concluded on September 6 did not address the “real” environmental issues on the continent, a Catholic activist has lamented, and termed the gathering “a diplomatic show”.
Catholic activists in Africa under their umbrella organization, CitizenGO Africa, are calling on the Cabinet Secretary (CS) for the Ministry of Education (MoE) in Kenya to ban a primary school textbook that they say seeks to foster “premature sexualization” of school-going children in the East African nation.
The admission of the African Union (AU) to the Group of Twenty, the intergovernmental forum comprising 19 sovereign countries, the European Union (EU) popularly known as the G20, mirrors Pope Francis’ appeal for global justice, an African member of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) has said.
Michael Maurice Cardinal Otunga spent his final days, old and frail, committed to prayer in a home for the elderly people in Kenya.
Joining and living Religious and Priestly Life is not to be compared to a sport competition that involves medals for the best performers, the representative of the Holy Father in Kenya has said.
St. Joseph and the Blessed Virgin Mary can be inspirational in handling cases of “embarrassment” between spouses, the Archbishop of Kenya’s Kisumu Archdiocese has said.
Waumini Radio, the Catholic radio of the members of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) is marking 20 years of "fruitful evangelization", the Director of the Nairobi-based entity has said.
The sainthood course of the Servant of God Michael Maurice Cardinal Otunga was started by the Cardinal himself, and is now an invitation for the people of God to live a holy life, the Local Ordinary of Kenya's Catholic Archdiocese of Nairobi has said.
The people of God in Kenya are marking two decades since the Servant of God Maurice Michael Cardinal Otunga, who is on the sainthood journey, passed on.
Archbishop Philip Anyolo Subira of the Catholic Archdiocese of Nairobi in Kenya has urged the staff at St. Matia Mulumba Mission Hospital in his Metropolitan See to exercise patience in handling the sick at the facility.
Children in Africa are calling on governments and African leaders to involve them in conversations around the climate and processes leading to “environmental decisions”.