Rebuild Hope, Trust, Confidence and Stability in Zimbabwe

Pastoral Letter of the Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops’ Conference on current affairs in the country Published on 17 January 2019 Dear sisters and brothers in Christ, all men and women of good will, Introduction (1)   We begin by disowning a recent statement issued in our name during the recent stayaway that started on 14 January 2019. … Continue reading Rebuild Hope, Trust, Confidence and Stability in Zimbabwe

RELIGIOUS SUPERIORS CALL FOR COLLABORATION TO ENABLE QUALITY LEADERSHIP AND STEWARDSHIP.

By Br. Alfonce Kugwa/Sr. Cynthia Mgwena The Conference of Major Religious Superiors in Zimbabwe had their annual general meeting at Wadzanai Training Centre from 9 -11 January 2019 and took time to discuss leadership and stewardship in the church. The meeting also aimed at improving collaboration and cooperation between the organisation and the Zimbabwe Catholic … Continue reading RELIGIOUS SUPERIORS CALL FOR COLLABORATION TO ENABLE QUALITY LEADERSHIP AND STEWARDSHIP.

Divine Child Congregation in gradual maturity as more sisters join the way.

By Br. Alfonce Kugwa The Divine Child congregation in Mutare Diocese is steadily growing with more sisters committing themselves to following Jesus through its way of life. The beginning of this year saw Sr. Mary Carmel Muparutsa and Sr. Grace Fadzai Mautsa taking perpetual vows while Srs. Mellarnia Chinhanga, Cathrine Nyabawa and Diana Clare Shunje … Continue reading Divine Child Congregation in gradual maturity as more sisters join the way.

Youths Are Leaders Of Today Not Tomorrow: Archbishop Ndlovu Tells Delegation To Panama

By Br. Alfonce Kugwa 123 youths from Zimbabwe’s eight dioceses joined over 3 million young people from around the globe to celebrate the 2019 World Youth Day with Pope Francis in Panama. The pilgrims had a send-off mass on 9 January 2019 at Rockwood Spiritual Centre with the Archbishop of Harare, Robert Christopher Ndlovu, Bishop … Continue reading Youths Are Leaders Of Today Not Tomorrow: Archbishop Ndlovu Tells Delegation To Panama