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AMECEA: Pastoral Departments Across AMECEA Region to Integrate Laudato SI in all Pastoral Programs.

The Pastoral Departments of the Episcopal Conferences of AMECEA Countries are planning to integrate the message in the encyclical Laudato Si in all the pastoral programs of the individual Bishops Conferences. According to the Coordinator of AMECEA Pastoral Department Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Chimombo, the decision was made during the recent Annual National Pastoral Coordinators’ meeting held at AM...
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AMECEA: AMECEA Pastoral Department Spearheads a move to Develop a Child Protection Policy Framework

Following the workshop that took place from 11th February to 25th February, 2017 in the Catholic diocese of Malindi, Kenya, members recommended that AMECEA should establish a framework on Child Protection Policy from which each Bishops’ Conference or diocese within the region will draw guidelines that would safeguard and protect children and minors from abuse. The workshop which brought together ...
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KENYA: AMECEA Publishes a Small Christian Communities Training Handbook for Facilitators

As a practical response to the AMECEA Pastoral Strategic Plan 2014-2024, AMECEA has published a training handbook for facilitators of Small Christian Communities (SCCs), which fulfills an emerging need for inducing training contents and methodologies for individuals and groups actively involved in the facilitation of SCCs Processes. The handbook which was edited by a team of experts in SCCs...
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Promoting Lay People’s Involvement in Small Christian Communities and Mission in Africa

By Francis Njuguna A Theological Symposium on “Mission Ad Gentes: 50 Years and Beyond” was organized by the School of Theology of the Tangaza University College, Langata in Nairobi, Kenya on 8-9 February 2016. An integral part of the symposium was 10 Break-out Sessions (small group discussions) on Tuesday afternoon on questions related to Ad Gentes. This reflected the process of participation and...
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