A newly edited book seeking to foster servant leadership among Catholic leaders in Africa has been launched in Nairobi.
The failure of those entrusted with leadership in various countries of Africa to live up to their mandate was a key highlight during the launch of a new ethics postgraduate program to be offered at a Kenya-based Catholic institution.
Jeremiah Wekesa who loitered on Kitale streets in western Kenya where he sought solace away from harsh conditions at home is a changed boy. Today, the boy who quit primary school at Class seven is a responsible son who helps his mother with house chores as he waits for the reopening of schools to complete his studies.
Before he died in May last year aged 81, Italian-born Fr. Nicholas Fogliacco had accumulated enough content that would be put together to make one of the most treasured books that seeks to promote the mission of evangelization in Africa.
At the convocation to mark the official start of the Academic year 2020-2021 of the 34-year-old Kenya-based Catholic institution of higher learning, Tangaza University College (TUC), the Vice Chancellor (VC Designate) said the COVID-19 pandemic has triggered reflections around the meaning of the institution of the university.
Women are expected to be the primary beneficiaries of an interreligious conference in Kenya to be held at a Nairobi-based Catholic Institute of higher learning aimed at empowering them so that their voices are heard “within religious space,” one of the organizers of the event has told ACI Africa.
A section of clergy, religious men and women, and the laity who have been taking part in the just concluded four-day workshop in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, aimed at creating awareness about effective and professional ways of managing parishes have expressed their enthusiasm regarding the initiative, promising to roll out programs in parishes in their respective dioceses based on knowledge and skills acquired during the training.
A Kenyan-born Professor of Accounting who was appointed last month to head Tangaza University College (TUC), the Nairobi-based Catholic Institution of higher learning, officially took office Wednesday, January 8 at an event witnessed by thousands of stakeholders, including students, faculty, members of TUC Consortium Trust (TCT), Board of Trustee, among others.
A workshop seeking to create awareness among clergy, religious, and laity ministering in parishes about “professional and systematic” ways of Church administration and management has been planned from Tuesday, January 7 at Tangaza University College (TUC), a Kenya-based Catholic institution of higher learning, an organizer of the four-day meeting has told ACI Africa.
The 33-year-old Kenya-based Catholic institution of higher learning jointly owned by various religious orders, Tangaza University College (TUC), is set to be headed by a lay person after members of its Consortium Trust “unanimously voted to offer Professor (David) Wang’ombe the position” of Vice Chancellor designate.
A movement bringing together African youth to promote peace and unity on the continue in view of cultivating a culture of peaceful co-existence grounded on the principle of unity in diversity that guarantees development has attracted membership from some 13 African countries, the founder of the Kenya-based movement, Br. Mubanga Chilumba Davies told ACI Africa Wednesday, November 20.
A Kenya-based Catholic Institution of higher learning under the auspices of dozens of religious orders and societies of Apostolic life, Tangaza University College (TUC) is hosting the Youth Workers' Association, Kenya (YWAK), which was recently launched during the Commonwealth youth work week, encouraging professionalism on the part of those who minister among young people.
An institute facilitating learning about dialogue between various religions of the world including Islam was officially inaugurated Friday, November 1, bringing to nine the number of Institutes that constitute Tangaza University College, the Kenya-based institution of higher learning jointly owned by dozens of religious congregations.
The need to have Catholic entities including dioceses on the African continent operationalized without depending on donor funding was one of the key highlights at the recent social entrepreneurship conference during which people behind Catholic entities in Africa were encouraged to initiate socio-economic enterprises that can help achieve self-sustainability.
Tangaza University College (TUC), a Nairobi-based Catholic institution of higher learning is set to host the third Annual African Conference on Social Entrepreneurship (AACSE), which will address issues of sustainable and impactful social enterprises that lead to transformation within the continent.