Malawi Catholic Church reaches out to flood victims

The catholic congregation has pledged to donate to families affected by floods, all the money that will be collected on 8 February in all its dioceses across the country.

Archbishop Ziyaye receives the offerings at DonBosco Parish at Area 23  in Lilongwe-Pic. by Abel Ikiloni.-Pic. by Abel Ikiloni
Archbishop Ziyaye receives the offerings at DonBosco Parish at Area 23 in Lilongwe-Pic. by Abel Ikiloni.-Pic. by Abel Ikiloni
Vice President Saulos Chilima and madam Chilima give their offering at DonBosco Parish in Lilongwe-Pic. by Abel Ikiloni
Vice President Saulos Chilima and madam Chilima give their offering at DonBosco Parish in Lilongwe-Pic. by Abel Ikiloni

This was brought to light on Saturday at St Don Bosco parish in Lilongwe where the church celebrated a thanks giving mass to God for a successful 2014 plenary assembly of the Association of Member Episcopal Conferences in Eastern Africa (AMECEA) which was held from 16 to 26 July.

peaking to clergy, the mass’ main celebrant, Archbishop Thomas Luke Msusa said; “These people who are suffering are our own brothers and this situation they are undergoing is heart breaking.

“Today’s offering will therefore be donated to them and next week’s mass celebrations will be their dedication where all collections from all the dioceses will given out to them.”

Also in attendance of the Eucharistic Celebration was the country’s Vice President Saulos Chilima whose office under the Department of Disaster Management Affairs is working day in day out to source relief items for the flood victims.

The mass was also partly dedicated to the resting soul of the former Chairperson of the Episcopal Conference of Malawi (ECM) Bishop Joseph Mkasa Zuza whose position has now been taken over by Archbishop Msusa having been elected on 30 January 2015.

The 2014 AMECEA which was held at Bingu International Conference Centre (BICC) in Lilongwe was under the theme “New Evangelization through True Conversion and Witnessing Christian Faith.”

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True patriot
True patriot
5 years ago

“muwapatse ndinu chakudya” (you must provide them with food).This is exactly what Jesus told his apostles before feeding the multitude.Bravo my universal church.It begins with you!

vwivwivwi
5 years ago

enanu teroninso

Mbwiye
Mbwiye
5 years ago

Mpingo wa pamalo ponse wofumira kwa apositoli

Wawa Nyoni
Wawa Nyoni
5 years ago

Proud to be Catholic

Horrex Ngangabulawayo
Horrex Ngangabulawayo
5 years ago

Thanks the Catholics for the arrangement to assist our brothers and sisters in floods.

Dr. Mango
Dr. Mango
5 years ago

Very good gesture!!

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