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.
Archbishop Anthony Muheria of Kenya’s Catholic Archdiocese of Nyeri is calling on political leaders in Kenya to be humane amid political tensions characterized by opposition-led protests that have resulted in multiple deaths, and destruction of property.
The Archbishop of Kenya’s Nyeri Archdiocese has encouraged school going children in the East African nation not to overlook their faith, and to “study diligently”.
Fr. Michael Mithamo King’ori has already celebrated six Masses in the Archdiocese of Nyeri in Kenya where he was ordained a Catholic Priest on January 14.
The ordination of the first-ever blind Catholic Priest in Kenya will help bring a high opinion about the abilities and capacity of persons living with disabilities, the Archbishop of Nyeri has said.
A Catholic Archbishop in Kenya has termed as “distasteful and disrespectful to Kenyans” the remarks, which the country’s Cabinet Secretary (CS) for Trade and Industrialization made on the legalization of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) foods.
Catholic Bishops in Kenya have pledged to start sharing weekly messages in what is to be called “Bishops' Sunday message” aimed at fostering evangelizing in the East African nation.
The Archbishop of Kenya’s Nyeri Archdiocese has sought to encourage candidates sitting for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) saying he is praying for their success.
The practice of trading insults that characterizes politics in Kenya can only be addressed by paying attention to faith principles, a Kenyan Catholic Archbishop has said.
The Archbishop of Kenya’s Nyeri Archdiocese has sent a message of appreciation to the people of God in the East Africa country, thanking them for journeying with him in prayers as he continues to battle COVID-19.
A Kenyan Archbishop has urged candidates he was about to ordain to always strive to live in peace and harmony with each other, noting that it is human for members of the Clergy living in a rectory to sometimes disagree.
Members of Kenya’s Interfaith Council have, in a statement through their Chairman, called on citizens of the East African nation to pray for the country’s healing and restoration during the National Prayer Weekend that commenced Friday, October 9.
Children under the age of six and the those above 65 years have been allowed to participate in public worship in Kenya in the latest phased reopening that has also revised upwards the number of people allowed in places of worship at once.
A Kenyan Archbishop has, in a video message, invited the people of God in the East African nation to continue seeking divine intervention as they did at the beginning of COVID-19 crisis.
The newly ordained Bishop of Kenya’s Diocese of Kitui has, in his maiden speech, urged those overseeing various sectors in the East African nation to embrace humility in their line of duty.
At the Eucharistic celebration organized to mark a decade since the promulgation of Kenya’s Constitution, the Archbishop of Nyeri in the East African country has urged the citizenry to use the Supreme Law of the Land as a guide for establishing a set of “higher and more noble goals.”
The episcopal ordination of the recently appointed Bishop of Kenya’s Kitui Diocese has been postponed from August 8 following new regulations that limit Church gatherings to 100 participants with a hope that the event, expected to be celebrated on a much later date, will attract up to 1,000 people.
Members of Kenya’s Inter-faith Council, constituted to develop protocols for the resumption of public worship are being guided by their faith in the Almighty, advice from relevant experts, and the wishes of the people of God in East African nation as they go about planning the resumption of public worship and related ceremonies, they have said in a statement.
A Kenyan Archbishop has expressed his concerns about politicians in the East African nation who are engaging in political rhetoric at a time when all leaders are expected to be focused on initiatives to curb the possible spread of COVID-19.
A joint initiative between a diocese and an Archdiocese in Kenya to mobilize resources that can help families struggling with providing for their basic needs because of COVID-19 restrictions was launched Thursday, April 16.