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Catholic Church in Kenya Launches the Year of Consecrated Life

Catholic Church in Kenya Launches the Year of Consecrated Life

    By Rose Achiego: The Catholic Church in Kenya on 27th November 2014 launched the year of consecrated life which was declared by His Holiness Pope Francis to begin on 30th November 2014 and to end on 2nd February 2016. Leading the Catholic faithful in launching the year at the Resurrection Garden, Nairobi, the Chairman of the Kenya Conference[Read More...]

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Speech by KCCB: General Secretary

Speech by KCCB: General Secretary

YourEminence, John Cardinal Njue – Chairman, Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops, Very Rev. Msgr.  Pius Rutechura – Vice Chancellor – CUEA, Principals of Catholic High Schools, Miss Augusta Muthigani – National Executive Secretary – KCCB Commission for Education and Religious Education Education Secretaries and Religious Education Advisors, Members of Staff for the Commission for Education, The Organizing Committee, Distinguished Guests,[Read More...]

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AMECEA 18th Plenary Officially Opens in Lilongwe, Thousands in Attendance

AMECEA 18th Plenary Officially Opens in Lilongwe, Thousands in Attendance

The 18th Plenary Assembly of the Association of Member Episcopal Conferences in Eastern Africa (AMECEA) officially opened with a Eucharistic celebration at Civo Stadium in Lilongwe, with thousands in attendance. The Thursday morning event was presided over by John Cardinal Njue, Archbishop of Nairobi and Chairman of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) , who described Africa as a[Read More...]

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CARDINAL NJUE CALLS ON THE CHURCH TO STRIVE TOWARDS SELF RELIANCE

CARDINAL NJUE CALLS ON THE CHURCH TO STRIVE TOWARDS SELF RELIANCE

  His Eminence John Cardinal Njue chairman of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops and also Archbishop of Nairobi, has urged the local Church to move from being too dependent on foreign donations or missionaries but re-invigorate the pastoral vision of AMECEA to build a Church that is self-reliant, self-ministering and self-propagating. Addressing members of the press at Kamuzu International[Read More...]

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