Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB)

Some members of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) during the May 27 press conference. Credit: Radio Maria Kenya/Facebook

Catholic Bishops in Kenya Launch Drought Appeal Initiative to Address Food Crisis

May 31, 2022

Members of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) have launched a drought appeal initiative that is aimed at raising funds to help families affected by drought in about 15 Catholic Dioceses of the East African country.

Mons. George Muthaka, appointed Bishop of Kenya's Garissa Diocese by Pope Francis on 17 February 2022. Credit: ACI Africa

Vicar General of Kenya’s Garissa Diocese Appointed Bishop, Pledges Servant Leadership

Feb 17, 2022

The Vicar General of the Diocese of Garissa in Kenya who has been appointed Bishop of the same Episcopal See has said he will seek to embrace servant leadership during his Episcopal ministry in the Kenyan Catholic Diocese.   

The Bishop-elect of Kenya’s Diocese of Bungoma, Msgr. Mark Kadima
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Pioneer of South Sudan Apostolic Nunciature Appointed Bishop for Kenya’s Bungoma Diocese

Dec 14, 2021

The Catholic Priest who spearheaded the establishment and official opening of the South Sudan Apostolic Nunciature as its pioneer Chargé d’Affaires has been appointed Bishop for the Catholic Diocese of Bungoma in Kenya. 

2019 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI)

Kenya’s Rank in 2019 Corruption Perceptions Index “lamentable”: Bishop

Jan 29, 2020

Three months after Bishops in Kenya launched a nationwide six-months anti-corruption campaign, an initiative described as a big stride by faith-based leaders in fighting against corruption in their country, a Bishop in the East African nation has termed as “lamentable” the recent results by Transparency International (TI) ranking Kenya below the global average.

A section of participants during the interreligious conference in Nairobi that sought to educate women on making their voice heard within religious spaces and in society on January 24, 2020 / Tangaza University College

Educating Women Guarantees “power to the family, society”: Religious Leaders in Kenya

Jan 28, 2020

The importance of empowering women through formal education was a key highlight of last Friday’s interreligious conference that sought to educate women on making their voice heard within religious spaces and in society under the theme, “Religious Minority Rights and (Inter-)Religious Literacy from a Women’s perspective.”