Francis – Four years of Pontificate
Malaria treatment fails in four patients in the UK
A key malaria treatment has failed for the first time in patients being treated in the UK, doctors say. The drug combination was unable to cure four patients, who had all visited Africa, in early signs the parasite is evolving resistance. A team at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine said it was too early to panic. But it warned things could suddenly get worse and demanded an urgent appraisal of drug-resistance levels in Africa.
Our confrere Andreas Göpfert share his expertise in Peacebuilding.
The English JPIC promoters met in their January monthly meeting at the UISG offices as usual to reflect on opportunities available to be artisans of peace. Our presenter Andreas Göpfert, MAfr has a background of studies in peacebuilding and extensive experience in conducting workshops on nonviolence in parts of West Africa.
Read more in Newsbrief, the newsletter of JPIC Commission in Roma
Petit Echo 1076
The Petit Echo no. 1076 of December 2016 is out.
McDonald’s marketing strategy…
Missionaries of Africa – Bishop Lacoursiere House
VIEW FROM OUR LAND AT KITABI
Dear Friends, we thank the Lord who inspired Archbishop Paul Bakyenga to donate to the Missionaries of Africa 10 acres of Land to build up our permanent “ home “ in his Diocese – Mbarara.
This land is being registered in the name of “The Registered Trustees of the Society of the Missionaries of Africa ( White Fathers )” Continue reading “Missionaries of Africa – Bishop Lacoursiere House”
The Catholic Church and Alcoholism
Pope Francis, has given a very powerful message to the world in connection to the year of mercy which is just ending. He understands human fragility and he says that “we are all weak and wounded by all sorts of things.” Focusing on family life, he says there is no wife or husband who is not weak, that is why we all depend upon God’s mercy to be healed and forgiven. Continue reading “The Catholic Church and Alcoholism”
Oath & Diaconate in Abidjan – Dec 2016
On the 10th December, the community of Fraternité Lavigerie witnessed the oath taking of nine confreres. Four of them are from SAP, namely Fredrick Mulenga (Zambia), Brother Michael Mpindo (Malawi), Martin Kasongo (Zambia) and Peter Nyirenda (Malawi). Continue reading “Oath & Diaconate in Abidjan – Dec 2016”
Declaration of intent of Patient Mushagalusa Cimanuka
On Christmas Day, Patient Mushagalusa Chmanuka made his Declaration of Intention to proceed with his formation with the Missionaries of Africa. He signed his declaration in the presence of the Provincial Delegate of Zambia, Fr Venerato Babaine. Read on the story on our Southern Africa Website.