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THE WORLD MISSION SUNDAY – 19 OCTOBER 2014.
Tuesday, 29 July 2014 14:37

“I Will Build my Church” (Mt. 16:18).
Every year, something special happens on the second last Sunday of October. On this day, the Church reflects its deepest identity as the Church in mission. On World Mission Sunday, Catholics of the whole world unite at Mass to recommit ourselves to our vocation, through Baptism, to be missionaries. Every October we join the Catholics around the world, along with the Holy Father, as we celebrate the World Mission Sunday. We are called to think about the mission and missionaries. These unite us in the one call to God’s mission in the world.

Pope Francis world mission Sunday full text here

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COMMUNIQUÉ OF THE 18TH AMECEA PLENARY ASSEMBLY IN LILONGWE, MALAWI 16TH TO 26TH JULY, 2014
Monday, 28 July 2014 13:07

The Joy of the Gospel fills the hearts and lives of all who encounter Jesus”

(Pope Francis, Evangelii Gaudium, 1)

The Association of Member Episcopal Conferences in Eastern Africa (AMECEA), comprising of the Episcopal Conferences of Eritrea, Ethiopia, Malawi, Kenya, Tanzania, Sudan/South Sudan, Uganda, Zambia and the affiliate members of Djibouti and Somalia met for their regular triennial Plenary Assembly from 16th -26th July 2014 under the theme: “New Evangelization through True Conversion and Witnessing to Christian Faith”.

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MALAWIAN PARISH WELCOMES ZAMBIAN BISHOPS
Monday, 21 July 2014 15:45

By Fr. Winfield Kunda in Lilongwe
Lilongwe parishioners at Mtima Woyera Parish in Lilongwe, Sunday July 20, 2014 gave a wondrously welcome to Zambian Catholic Bishops.
The Ten Zambian Bishops currently attending the AMECEA plenary assembly were accompanied by other Zambian delegates.  
Archbishop Telesphore George Mpundu was the main celebrant. 
And Rt. Rev. Dr. Benjamin Phiri in his homily exhorted all present to re-examine their Christian faith by not living double standards. 
“We live side by side with the devil at the end of our lives God will separate holy ones from evil ones,” He said.

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BISHOPS ELECT NEW OFFICE BEARERS FOR REGIONAL INSTITUTIONS
Monday, 28 July 2014 09:57

Catholic Bishops of AMECEA have elected and appointed new office bearers to several institutions and bodies of the Association, following an election, which was carried out 24th July, 2014, at Bingu International Conference Center (BICC) in Lilongwe Malawi.
Information released stated that the New AMECEA Chairman who is also the Chairman of AMECEA Executive Board and Chancellor of the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) is Most Rev Berhaneyesus D. Souraphiel, Archbishop of Addis Ababa; Ethiopia.
Rev. Fr. Ferdinand Lugonzo from Kakamega Diocese (Kenya) has been given a second term as Secretary General of AMECEA, while Msgr. Pius Rutechura from Bukoba Diocese (Tanzania) has remained the Vice Chancellor of the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA).
The Bishops also elected trustees who include His Eminence Polycarp Cardinal Pengo (Tanzania), His Eminence John Cardinal Njue (Kenya), Most Rev. Tarcisio Ziyaye (Malawi) and Rt. Rev. Anthony Muheria (Kenya).
The AMECEA Executive Board Members include Rt. Rev. Tesfaselassie Medhin (Ethiopia), Rt. Rev. Michael Didi (Sudan), Most Rev. Thomas Msusa (Malawi), Rt. Rev. Anthony Zziwa (Uganda), Rt. Rev. Philip Anyolo (Kenya), Rt. Rev. Charles Kasonde (Zambia) and Rt. Rev.Rogatus Kimario (Tanzania). The name of the representative to the Executive Board from Eritrea will be forwarded at a later date.

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IMPOSED IDEOLOGIES SHOULD NOT REDEFINE MARRIAGE-ARCHBISHOP MPUNDU
Monday, 21 July 2014 09:12

By Fr. Winfield Kunda in Lilongwe, Malawi
Archbishop Telesphore George Mpundu has urged Church in Africa not to allow imposed ideologies to redefine marriage and the meaning of family life.
The Archbishop said that, Africa is being forced to redefine marriage basing purely on the fact that Africa is poor.
“We would like to know why poor continent especially Africa is being forced to redefine marriage in the name of rights. They are creating rights which are dubious creating terms such as reproductive rights, sexual rights, terms which are vague and can mean anything,” ,”  Archbishop Mpundu wondered noted.

He further observed “If we want to redefine what marriage is, what family life is, we are going into oblivion. It is a recipe for disaster. If you want to destroy a clan, tribe or nation, start by destroying family.
His grace added that such ideology will be defeated with time like others that arose in history and expressed confident that God is will not allow it to happen and noted that no external authority can define what marriage or law relating to marriage is in Africa.

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