Catholic Bishops in Kenya have weighed in on the disputed Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results that had numerous discrepancies, and cautioned the government against jeopardizing children's future through issuing of erroneous exam results.
Members of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) are calling on the government of the East African country to “respond swiftly” to the damage caused by the ongoing El Nino rains especially by helping the victims of the rains that have reportedly claimed at least 120 lives and displaced about 90,000.
The Kenyan government has declared Monday, November 13 a holiday to plant trees, a move that Bishops in the East African country have lauded and called on Kenyans to make the best of it in their efforts to conserve the environment.
Members of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) are calling on the government of the East African country to address the high cost of living in the country, noting that over-taxation is “strangling the very poor”.
On the occasion of the National Prayer Day at Subukia National Marian Shrine in Kenya’s Catholic Diocese of Nakuru, Bishop Alfred Rotich has cautioned the people of God in the East African nation against participating in the “song of tribalism”.
Pro-lifers in Kenya, including religious leaders representing different faiths and denominations, are calling on the three Kenyan Supreme Court Judges who, earlier this year, voted for the registration of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer persons (LGBTQ) Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in the East African nation to “voluntarily repent and resign”.
Kenya’s Catholic Diocese of Kakamega has seen off 200 pilgrims who are trekking some 160 miles to a Marian shrine where they will participate in the country’s annual prayer day slated for October 7.
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.
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.
Principals of Catholic Schools in Kenya have been urged to maintain high moral standards in the institutions they manage, and to never shy away from witnessing Christ to nurture holistic learners that are morally and spiritually equipped.
Religious leaders in Kenya have called on representatives of opposing political parties in the country who are currently in dialogue with each other to focus on the good of the country, and to be especially mindful of the scores of lives that were in the country’s protracted protests.
Kenya’s Finance Act of 2023 that received Presidential assent last month has placed “unsustainable burden” on citizens of the East African nation, Catholic Bishops in the country have said.
Catholic Bishops in Kenya have condemned police brutality on “innocent Kenyans” in the latest round of opposition-led anti-government protests and called upon law enforcement officers to target criminals, who infiltrate groups of demonstrators.
Religious leaders in Kenya have cautioned President William Samoei Ruto against allowing citizens of the East African nation to stage a violent revolt against his government amid economic hardships.
Christian leaders in Kenya are "deeply concerned" about the delayed litigation of suspected criminals behind the Shakahola starvation cult that has reportedly claimed at least 360 lives since April 21 when the process of exhuming bodies from the Shakahola Forest in Kilifi County, Eastern Kenya, started.
Christian leaders in Kenya have faulted the move that members of the opposition parties under the Azimio One Kenya Coalition have undertaken to collect millions of signatures aimed at ousting the current government and repealing Kenya’s Finance Act 2023.
The peace initiative that members of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) are to launch has an objective of facilitating the transformation of factors behind conflict and “curb the perennial violence” in the country’s North Rift region covered by six Catholic Dioceses.
The preparations for Kenyan youth to participate in the World Youth Day (WYD) 2023 in Lisbon, Portugal, in August are in “top gear”, the National Youth Chaplain of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) has said.
Families need to be supported to ensure the “holistic development” of children, the Chairman of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) has said.
The moral requirement to safeguard children is not new, the Secretary of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors has said.