By Fr. Dumisani Vilakati of Manzini, Eswatini
John 8: 1-11
The gospel presents a story of the depths of God’s mercy as Jesus saves a woman from death.
As to geographic setting we are in Jerusalem, in...
By Johan Viljoen, Reabetswe Tloubatla, Jeanette Lesisa
The number of people in Mozambique who have been internally displaced due to the war in Cabo Delgado, in the
north of the country, rose by 7% in the...
From March 22-23, 2022, the IMBISA Standing Committee and Presidents of member Episcopal Conferences met in Johannesburg, South Africa at the Europrime Hotel.
The meeting, facilitated by Dr. James Nyawo, was themed "New Times, New...
(Numbers 137 – 162)
The heart of what the Encyclical proposes is integral ecology which is a model of justice on earth; an ecology “which respects our unique place as human beings in this world...
(Numbers 62 – 100)
To face the problems illustrated in the previous chapter, Pope Francis selects Biblical accounts, offering a comprehensive view that comes from the Judeo-Christian tradition. With this he articulates the “tremendous responsibility”...
The Holy Father, Pope Francis has appointed Bishop Antonio Juliasse Ferreira Sandramo as Bishop of the Diocese of Pemba, in northern Mozambique.
In 2018 Pope Francis had appointed Bishop Antóno Juliasse, Auxiliary Bishop of the...
Fr. Rafael B. Sapato
The Church is a family of God and the one in Africa was formally defined in the Special Assembly of the Synod for Africa in 1994 as a 'Family Church'. This...
The chapter presents the most recent scientific findings on the environment as a way of listening to the cry of creation, “to become painfully aware, to dare to turn what is happening...
By Fr. James Martin SJ
1. Reframing The Debate – Bringing in a Spiritual Perspective
Laudato Sì clearly, decisively and systematically looks at the environmental crisis from a religious point of view. It brings the...