Dedza Diocese

Sr. Paulina Mpingo, matron of Mua school for the deaf in Malawi's Dedza Diocese. Credit: ECM

Learners at School for The Deaf in Malawi among Beneficiaries of Catholic Entity’s Grant

Mar 19, 2022

Learners at a school for the deaf in Malawi’s Catholic Diocese of Dedza are among the beneficiaries of the donation offered by the Catholic charity in the United Kingdom, Missio UK.

Credit: ECM

Women Can Overcome Inferiority Complex by Church Participation, Catholic Bishop in Malawi

Dec 17, 2021

Women are suffering from inferiority complex for being sidelined in Church activities, the Catholic Bishop of Malawi’s Dedza Diocese has said and called for their active participation in Church.

Bishop Peter Chifukwa, of Malawi's Dedza Diocese. Credit ECM

Enact Older Persons Bill to Protect Elderly, Malawi’s Catholic Bishop to Legislature

Dec 3, 2021

The Catholic Bishop of Malawi’s Dedza Diocese has called upon the members of parliament in the country to debate and enact older persons bill into law in order to protect the rights of the elderly from violation and abuse.

Fr. Peter Adrian Chifukwa, appointed Bishop of Malawi's Dedza Diocese by Pope Francis on May 8. Credit: Courtesy Photo

Clergy in Malawi’s Dedza Diocese Elated Following Appointment of New Bishop

May 10, 2021

Members of the Clergy ministering in Malawi’s Dedza Diocese have expressed their joy at the news of the appointment of a new Bishop after just over three years of sede vacante.

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Pray to Distinguish Calling from “disturbing voices”: Catholic Leader to Youth in Malawi

Mar 24, 2021

Young people in Malawi have been urged to pray fervently in order to discern their calling in a message that was delivered ahead of this year’s World Vocations Sunday to be marked next month.

Fr. Henry Chinkanda during Mass at St. Peter’s Cathedral of the Diocese of Mzuzu Sunday, October 4

Cleric in Malawi Emphasizes Need “to rejuvenate culture of reading word of God”

Oct 6, 2020

A Priest in Malawi over the weekend expressed concern about reduced interest, on the part of a section of Catholics in the Southeastern African nation, in the “culture of reading the word of God” and called for a rejuvenation.