A NATION CRYING FOR PEACE Blessed are the peace makers…Mt. 5:9 The Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops, Catholic Justice and Peace Commission expresses our deepest condolence and sympathies with the families of Mpeketoni. We acknowledge the anger and desperation of Kenyans arising from the spiralling insecurity and rising tension in the country. The heinous killings in Mpeketoni that has claimed[Read More...]
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In Week 1 we shall discus how we manage and utilise natural resources for the common good. This is important because Kenya continues to discover carbon deposits that can be either a blessing or a curse. If we are united we can compel those in leadership to turn these resources into blessing that all of us can enjoy the benefits[Read More...]
The village of Tuko was blessed with various types of natural resources, which included fertile soils, gold, oil and natural forests. The village prospered and every member of the community appreciated the God given benefits. There was a special lion, Mteso, who would freely play in the plains, running and jumping with his friends who included giraffes, elephants, hyenas and[Read More...]
At one of the slums in a rundown part of the city, Mr and Mrs Kivu and their two children, Ahi and Kahu, lived in a shabby old house. Many were the nights when the children shivered beneath a blanket, wondering why they had to live in such abject poverty. However, the parents of Ahi and Kahu were devoted Christians.[Read More...]