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WORK WITH POLITICIANS FOR COMMON GOOD-POPE URGES CATHOLIC BISHOPS OF ZAMBIA.
Tuesday, 18 November 2014 14:39

Pope Francis has urged Catholic Bishops of Zambia to continue working with political leaders for the common good.
Pope Francis met the 11 Catholic Bishops from all the Dioceses in Zambia on Monday, 17th November 2014 in the Vatican during their Ad Limina visit.
In the meeting, Pope Francis said with the death of President Michael Sata, Catholic Bishops in Zambia should continue working with political leaders for the common good.
“I invite you to continue working with political leaders for the common good. You should also deepen your prophetic witness in defence of the poor in order to uplift the lives of the weak,” He said.
The Pope has also said Catholic Bishops, as pastors of the flock, should not forget to seek out the weakest members of Zambian society, among who are the materially poor and those afflicted with HIV and AIDS.

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9th NATIONAL CATHOLIC FORUM OPENS IN LUSAKA
Thursday, 13 November 2014 14:54

The 9th National Catholic Forum (NCF) has opened in Lusaka with Zambia Episcopal Conference (ZEC) president, Archbishop Telesphore Mpundu urging evangelisation to start within the family.
Speaking at the opening of the National Catholic Forum, Archbishop Mpundu said that the family should be the mirror to reflect what people do as a household.
He said if the family activities are admirable, it will attract even many to come to Christ.
Archbishop Mpundu has further pointed out that the National Catholic Forum should enhance communication amongst the Catholic family through sharing.
He said the developments in the NCF must trickle down to Dioceses, Parishes, work places and consequently the family.

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SISTERS BE FAITHFUL AND GENEROUS AS YOU WORK FOR THE SERVICE OF OTHERS- ARCHBISHOP JULIO MURAT.
Monday, 10 November 2014 11:48

Apostolic Nuntio to Zambia and Malawi has urged Sisters to be faithful and generous as they work for the Service of others.
Archbishop Julio Murat said this at the graduation ceremony of the 14 Sisters at Kalundu Study Centre, Saturday 8, 2014 in Lusaka.
“With this formation and leadership course, we expect you Sisters to positively contribute to the formation of your communities by helping others to reach their potential as human beings and also providing leadership skills in whatever services you will be involved when you leave Kalundu centre,” Archbishop Murat said.
The Vatican ambassador to Zambia and Malawi further said urged the Sisters to use the gifts received from their studies at the service of the Church.
“All that we learn and do makes meaning only when with generosity we put it at the service of others. Use your gifts at the service of others,” Archbishop Murat said.
The Nuncio who congratulated the sisters for further urged and that their service to be anchored on Jesus Christ. 
“Ask the Lord, your friend Jesus, who is there to help you all the time when you need him. He is there although we are not there to accompany him. He can do more than we can ask or imagine for the generosity to serve him,” the Nuncio said.

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POPE FRANCIS PRAYS FOR THE LATE PRESIDENT SATA
Wednesday, 12 November 2014 09:11

Pope Francis has sent message of condolences to the people of Zambia over the loss of the President Michael Sata.
“Recalling the public service that the president offered to the nation, I offer my assurance of prayers for his eternal rest and I commend his soul to the merciful God,” Pope Francis said.
The Holy Father has also all Zambians to honour his (Sata) memory by promoting justice and peace.

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ARCHBISHOP SPAITA’S LIFE WORTH EMULATING- RB
Thursday, 06 November 2014 11:21

His Excellency Mr Rupiah Bwezani Banda, the Fourth President of the Republic of Zambia, has described the late Archbishop Emeritus James Mwewa Spaita as a man who led an exemplary life worth emulating.
He says he had known he late retired Archbishop for a long time and will remember him as a humble servant of God who dedicated his entire life to the salvation of mankind.In a message of condolences addressed to the Archbishop of Kasama Ignatius Chama, the former head of State says he hopes the Zambian people can continue to follow the path that the late clergyman set by aspiring to live in accordance with Biblical principles.
“While it is not easy to emulate people who have led exemplary lives, I hope we can endeavour to emulate him. Please, convey my condolences to the Kasama Diocese and indeed the entire Catholic Church in Zambia on the passing of this man of God,” read pat of the latter to Archbishop Chama.

 

 
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