he Head of Public Service in Kenya, Dr. Joseph Kinyua, inspecting the guard of honour at Loreto Convent Msongari on 29 January 2022. He is acompanied by Sr. Lucy Nderi, the Province Leader of the Loreto Sisters in Eastern Africa Province. Credit: Sr. Santrina Tumusiime, IBVM

Kenyan President Gifts Loreto Sisters Over US$85,000 for New School to Serve Marginalized

Jan 31, 2022

Members of the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary (I.B.V.M) commonly known as Loreto Sisters who have marked 100 years of service in their Eastern Africa Province have received a donation of Ksh. 10 million (US$87,680.00) from Kenya’s President, Uhuru Kenyatta, to aid the Sisters’ response to social and educational needs in Kilifi County in the Catholic Archdiocese of Mombasa. 

South African Jesuit Cautions against Neglecting Poor, Marginalized amid COVID-19 Crisis

Aug 26, 2020

A Society of Jesus (Jesuits) Cleric serving in his native country, South Africa, has, in a reflection on the effects of COVID-19 pandemic, cautioned against neglecting the poor and marginalized.

The Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra, John Bonaventure Kwofie, convener of "Conversations in the Cathedral", a forum bringing together secular and religious leaders to discuss issues of common concern in Ghana

Celebrate Christmas by Encountering “abandoned, marginalized, forgotten”: Ghanaian Prelate

Dec 14, 2019

During the December 11 maiden forum of discussion bringing together religious and secular leaders in Ghana termed “Conversations in the Cathedral,” the Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra, John Bonaventure Kwofie used the opportunity of the Advent Season to invite Christians in the West African nation to be mindful of the needy in society.