Catholic activists in the United Kingdom (UK) under the umbrella body, CitizenGo, have launched a campaign against their host government in a bid to stop the country’s new Prime Minister from donating funds to “infamous abortion giants” with operations in Africa.
Members of the Religious Institute of the Salesians of Don Bosco (SDB) in Ivory Coast are reaching out to vulnerable children, empowering them in formal education and social support initiatives at Don Bosco Child Protection Center, located in Koumassi, Abidjan.
Members of the Catholic Women Organisation (CWO) in Malawi have been urged to lead their families by example, to shun abortion, and to promote Christian values in their respective families.
Religious leaders in Kenya are questioning the independence of the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) and its capability to pursue cases of corruption in the East African nation.
Readers of the 166-page newly launched book will gather “concrete steps” on how communities of men and women Religious can effectively confront the scourge of abuse and provide access to supportive communities for those who may encounter questions or even resistance in their attempts to implement diligent policies and practices.
The Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Lodwar in Kenya has hailed parents in the East African country for struggling to keep their children in school during harsh economic times in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pope Francis has appointed the Provincial Superior of the Comboni Missionaries of the Heart of Jesus (MCCJ) in Mozambique as the Auxiliary Bishop for the country’s Beira Archdiocese.
Vocation to Religious Life is a fruit of God’s grace and is therefore not a possession of an individual person but “belongs to God”, Bishop Mark Kadima said during the profession of 11 members of the Congregation of Sisters of Mary of Kakamega (SMK).
Members of the Franciscan Missionaries of St. Joseph (FMSJ) who celebrated their Jubilees and professions in Kenya have been urged to cling to Jesus Christ, and not to quit in the face of hardships.
Salesian Missions Australia, the development arm of the Religious Institute of the Salesians of Don Bosco (SDB) in the Oceania country, has launched an appeal for food supplies in view of reaching out to the needy in the Horn of Africa nations amid “food shortages and unrest”.
The leadership of the Rome-based Catholic Lay Religious Sovereign Order of Malta, Malteser International (MI), is reaching out with cash and food aid to thousands of Kenyans and Ethiopians facing starvation amid extended periods of drought.
The Apostolic Nuncio in Kenya has assured the Bishop-elect of the country’s Kitale Diocese of Pope Francis’ “support and prayer” in his Episcopal Ministry.
Catholic activists in Africa under their umbrella association, CitizenGo Africa, are calling on the President of Kenya to withdraw “with immediate effect” his directive legalizing Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) in the East African nation.
An African Catholic Priest heading a Jesuit entity has lauded the resolution by the United Nations 27th Conference of Parties Climate Conference (COP27) in Egypt to establish a loss and damage fund as an “important first step” in attaining climate justice.
The Archbishop of Kenya’s Nairobi Archdiocese has urged the people of God to initiate “popular devotion” to boost the cause for the canonization of the country’s first Cardinal, the Servant of God Maurice Michael Cardinal Otunga.
A member of the Clergy of Kenya’s Nairobi Archdiocese has recounted how he gathered content for his new book about the history of the Catholic Church in Kenya that Paulines Publications Africa published.
A Catholic Archbishop in Kenya has termed as “distasteful and disrespectful to Kenyans” the remarks, which the country’s Cabinet Secretary (CS) for Trade and Industrialization made on the legalization of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) foods.
The Archbishop of Nairobi has encouraged young people under his pastoral care to strive to “live according to the Beatitudes”, which he described as the identity of Christians.
Faith and civil organizations focused on food sovereignty and justice worldwide have castigated Bill Gates for proposing “high-tech solutions” including genetic engineering, new breeding technologies, and digital agriculture to address the hunger crisis in Africa.
Catholic activists in Africa are calling on African governments to stop increasing the costs of energy and gasoline, noting that the increase is having critical effects of the people’s living conditions in what they describe as an already tough economic crisis.