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Newly Launched Catholic Television in Kenya to Carry EWTN Programs

Ukweli TV, Kenya’s newly launched Catholic television under the auspices of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) is set to increase the scope of its programming for the people of God in the East African country by airing EWTN programs.

Sr. Prof. Agnes Lucy Lando, Director of Research and Postgraduate Studies at Daystar University in Kenya. / Sisters of Mary of Kakamega (SMK).

Meet Widely Published Kenyan Nun Seeking to Breathe Life in University Research

Sr. Agnes Lucy Lando understands what ails research in universities from her 14 years of teaching at Kenyan tertiary institutions and eventually becoming a professor.

“The Elephant in the House: Leadership and Future Sustainability of Church Media Projects in Eastern Africa” by Fr. Andrew Kaufa. / Fr. Andrew Kaufa

Why “Catholic media institutions (in Africa) rarely survive beyond founders”: New Book

Church-run projects in Eastern Africa and across the continent struggle to survive beyond their founders owing to gaps in succession planning and management, a Religious Cleric based in Kenya has explained in a new book set to be launched in the “coming weeks” at one of the Catholic institutions of higher learning in the East African country.

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Bishops in Kenya Appeal for Support to Operationalize Catholic Television

Catholic Bishops in Kenya are soliciting funds from Catholics and other well-wishers across the globe to facilitate the operationalization of their television channel, Ukweli TV Kenya, that would enhance the evangelization mission of the Church in the East African nation.

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In Telling COVID-19 Stories, “media should be source of hope, not despair”: Kenyan Bishop

With the global pandemic of COVID-19 receiving unrivalled news media coverage, a Bishop in Kenya has challenged personalities behind “all the channels of communication” to strive to tell stories that give “hope and preparedness” rather than despair.