A Catholic Bishop in Kenya has urged the President William Ruto-led government that was inaugurated last month to “work together” with members of the opposition in addressing issues affecting citizens of the East African nation.
There is need for more research on Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) in Kenya before allowing the cultivation of GM crops, a Catholic Bishop in the East African country has said.
There is an urgent need to conserve the environment by undertaking deliberate initiatives to “take care of nature”, the Archbishop of Kenya’s Catholic Archdiocese of Nairobi has said.
The newly appointed Consulters of the Vatican Dicastery for communication from Africa have highlighted limitations in efforts to engage digital media in the evangelization process on the continent.
Making known the Legion of Mary across Kenya and having the people of God in the East African nation embrace the lay Catholic movement can foster vocations to Consecrated Life, the Spiritual Director of Marian movement has said.
Faced with the challenge of unemployment amid worrying poverty levels in Angola, young people in the Southern African country are resorting to desperate measures to cope, including drug abuse, a trainee at Together for a New Africa (T4NA) has said.
The African branch of the International Catholic activist organization, CitizenGo, has launched a boycott campaign against Netflix in a bid to force the company’s CEO “to back down on LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) indoctrination” following the release of a children’s film that shows two girls kissing.
A Catholic Archbishop in Kenya has urged the people of God in the East African nation to engage in activities that contribute to safeguarding the environment.
In a list of grassroots projects that the Ugandan wing of Together for a New Africa (T4NA) engaged in in the initiative’s first cycle, the young changemakers set sail for Bussi, a small island in Lake Victoria to inspire children at the island to work against all odds to stay in school.
The newly elected members of the executive in Kenya need to consider inclusivity in the appointment of State officials and to serve all Kenyans indiscriminately, Catholic Bishops in the East African nation have said.
Plans to expand Together for a New Africa (T4NA), a network of former students of Sophia University Institute, may include bringing universities offering leadership courses in Africa on board, an official at the Italy-based university has said.
One of the founders of Together for a New Africa (T4NA), a network of former students of Italy-based Sophia University Institute and other young leaders committed to shaping “a new Africa”, is optimistic that the initiative will give birth to an institution of higher learning that will serve African students, allowing them to gain skills that are taught at the institution that is supported by the Focolare Movement.
What started four years ago as a burning desire by a handful of students of Italy-based Sophia University Institute to transfer the learning institution’s culture of unity to Africa has evolved into a gigantic initiative of young changemakers that now covers 14 African countries.
Catholic activists in Kenya under their global umbrella foundation, CitizenGo, are demanding that the Kenyan government create a new ministry that will be solely dedicated to the institution of the family in the national agenda.
A Catholic Priest is most likely to face more opposition, criticism and all manner of threats from his fellow members of Clergy and confreres than from anywhere else, the representative of the Holy Father in Kenya has said.
International legislators need to oppose budgets toward “bad education programs” such as Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE), which United Nations (UN) agencies and the European Union (EU) present to their respective parliaments, the Catholic Bishop at the helm of the Commission for education has said.
Christian Professionals in Kenya have expressed gratitude to all political actors in the just concluded general elections in the country, acknowledging with appreciation their manifestation of “maturity and calmness”.
Religious leaders in Kenya have urged citizens of the East African country to shift their attention from the general elections to holding elected leaders to account as the electioneering period has ended.
Kenya’s first Cardinal, the Servant of God, Maurice Michael Cardinal Otunga, who is being considered for Sainthood, has been hailed as “a great gift to the Church” in the East African country and the world.
Kenya’s Supreme Court has, on Monday, September 5, delivered a verdict upholding the victory of Deputy President, Dr. William Ruto, who was declared winner of the country’s closely contested August 9 presidential election.