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Catholic Bishops in Eastern Africa Celebrate “vibrant diversity” Alongside Partners at Launch of Plenary Meeting in Ethiopia

Catholic Bishops in Eastern Africa Celebrate “vibrant diversity” Alongside Partners at Launch of Plenary Meeting in Ethiopia

Catholic Bishops in Eastern Africa Celebrate “vibrant diversity” Alongside Partners at Launch of Plenary Meeting in Ethiopia CANAA || By Father Don Bosco Onyalla, Nairobi || 16 July 2018 The Plenary Assembly of the Association of Member Episcopal Conferences in Eastern Africa (AMECEA) taking...

Vatican Media Renews Desire to Collaborate with East African Bishops

Vatican Media Renews Desire to Collaborate with East African Bishops

Vatican Media Renews Desire to Collaborate with East African Bishops Vatican News || 16 July 2018 On Sunday, the new Prefect for the Dicastery for Communications sent a message to the Bishops of AMECEA gathered in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, for their 19th Plenary Assembly. “I could not let this...

Bishops of Central African Republic ‘outraged’ by Threat against Muslim Population

Bishops of Central African Republic ‘outraged’ by Threat against Muslim Population

Bishops of Central African Republic ‘outraged’ by Threat against Muslim Population Crux || By Crux Staff || 16 July 2018 Catholic leaders in the Central African Republic are “outraged” over the calls by a self-styled Church defense group for Christians to carry out revenge attacks on...

‘If you want to go far, go together’: Sister of Mercy’s Memories of South Africa

‘If you want to go far, go together’: Sister of Mercy’s Memories of South Africa

‘If you want to go far, go together’: Sister of Mercy’s Memories of South Africa Global Sisters Report (GSR) || By Sr. Jean Evans || 16 July 2018 If you want to learn about a culture, read its proverbs. You can understand a lot about a particular group of people by getting to know their...

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  • Vatican Media Renews Desire to Collaborate with East African Bishops

    Vatican Media Renews Desire to Collaborate with East African Bishops

    Monday, 16 July 2018 20:42
  • Bishops of Central African Republic ‘outraged’ by Threat against Muslim Population

    Bishops of Central African Republic ‘outraged’ by Threat against Muslim Population

    Monday, 16 July 2018 20:49
  • ‘If you want to go far, go together’: Sister of Mercy’s Memories of South Africa

    ‘If you want to go far, go together’: Sister of Mercy’s Memories of South Africa

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