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DIOCESE OF MANGOCHI DISTRIBUTES FOOD ITEMS TO FLOOD VICTIMS

Namwera, April 9, 2019. The Church expressed gratitude to partners and stakeholders for the assistance like Kindermission Werk of  Aachen in Germany who are rendering support towards those affected by floods and heavy rains that was experience the just passing rain season which have affected close to 15 districts acrossRead More

FRIENDS OF MANGOCHI DIOCESE PLEDGE SUPPORT

A real friend is one who walks in when the rest of the world walks out, Walter Winchell. March 2019 has been a month of learning visits and fortification of bilateral ties for Diocese of Mangochi. A team of lay Catholics from Diocese of Mangochi led by His Lordship BishopRead More

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH MOURNS FR. GABRIEL JANA

Hardly days after Archdiocese of Blantyre lost Rev Fr. Paul Mangwiyo in a tragic road accident, the Catholic Church in Malawi mourns again the death of Rev Fr. Gabriel Jana, the founding director of the first Catholic community radio, Radio Alinafe, in Malawi. After a long battle with kidney problem,Read More

THE CHURCH HAILED FOR COMPLEMENTING GOVERNMENT HEALTH EFFORTS

  In quest to evaluate the effects of intervents towards Community TB Control Project (CTBCP) in Machinga District, on Wednesday 20th March 2019, the Mangochi Diocese Social Development Directorate under the arm of Catholic Health Commission held a quarterly review meeting. The conference assessed the impact CTBCP is bringing inRead More

DIOCESE OF MANGOCHI PAYS ARCHDIOCESE OF BLANTYRE A VISIT

“…never think for the faithful, they are able.” Nkata advises It is undisputed fact that a good number of the Catholic dioceses in Malawi and beyond are facing financial constraints. Operations therefore are compromised. In a bid to beefing its fundraising committee with skills and knowledge on resource mobilization andRead More

BISHOP STIMA TEACHES ON LENTEN DISCIPLINE.

BISHOP STIMA TEACHES ON LENT OBSERVANCE DISCIPLINE ON ASH WEDNESDAY. 3rd March this year 2019 saw Catholic churches across the world filled to capacity. Catholics and some Christians came together to celebrate the Ash Wednesday’s Mass, marking the beginning of the Lenten season also known as Quadragesima. This is aRead More
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