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At Requiem Mass, Late Archbishop in Malawi Eulogized as Leader Who “stood up for justice”

Jun 22, 2022

At his Requiem Mass, the late Archbishop Rémi Joseph Gustave Sainte-Marie who died on Saturday, June 18 at the age of 84 has been remembered as a leader who “stood up for justice”, always siding with the poor and marginalized.

The national flag of Mali.

Jihadism in Mali Fueled by “injustice, poverty and misery”: Missionary Cleric

Nov 6, 2020

Jihadism that has bedeviled Mali is fueled by injustice, poverty and misery, a missionary Cleric ministering in the West African nation has said, noting that the way to fight the violence is to address the three challenges.

Uganda-based Bannabikira (Daughters of Mary) Sisters founded by Missionary of Africa Archbishop Henry Streicher, organized pilgrimage of faith to join Missionaries of Africa in the 150th anniversary since they were founded / Bannabikira (Daughters of Mary) Sisters

Nuns from First Native Order in Sub-Saharan Africa Make "pilgrimage of faith"

Nov 23, 2019

As the members of the Society of the Missionaries of Africa continue their yearlong celebration of 150 years since they were founded, an event graced by the Holy Father in February, Uganda-based Bannabikira (Daughters of Mary) Sisters who were founded by a Missionary of Africa Prelate have joined the celebration by organizing a day of thanksgiving realized through a “pilgrimage of faith.”