The Zambia Episcopal Conference (ZEC) has acknowledged the continued improvement in services offered to member countries at the Association of Member Episcopal Conference in Eastern Africa (AMECEA) Secretariat.
ZEC Bishop Director for Communications, Right Reverend Moses Hamungole has made the observation when he addressed 50 participants to a capacity building workshop from all Curial Offices of the 11 Catholic Dioceses in Zambia.
He said such development makes AMECEA relevant to its members and contribute to enabling the pastoral agents get necessary skills for their collaboration in the evangelisation mission and administration of the local church and ultimately the universal church.
Right Reverend Hamungole who is also the Bishop of Monze Diocese said that after getting new skills, participants of the capacity building workshop should be the first ones to suggest some changes for the good of the diocese and entire family of God in the local church, especially this time when most Bishops are worried about how to mobilise financial and human resource.
He also appealed for capacity building workshop for Bishops saying they also need to sharpen their skills to respond to new challenges in the local and universal church.
The Monze Diocese Bishop further challenged the Zambia Catholic University to make itself more visible and publicise its activities through participating in various diocesan programmes and events.
The workshop which closes Friday, 4th September,2015 had Vicar Generals, Pastoral Coordinators, Financial Administrators and other Administrators as participants.