Missionary Oath and Diaconate of John C. Mubanga


John_MubangaDear Elder Brothers,
Peace and goodness to you all! As for me, I am doing fine.
Well, this is just to express my gratitude for recommending me to take the Missionary Oath and receive the ministry of Deacon in the Church. I received the News with joy. I did not reply as soon as I received it because I was busy preparing for my 8 days retreat (from 21st to 28th Feb, 2014) and I could not have time to stay on the ‘net’ for so long. However, as expressed above, I am very happy and I ask you to continue praying for me to God so that he may grant me the graces I need before and after I take this importance step in my vocation journey. What the Lord has done is indeed what no one ever thought could happen and yet it is the very thing God prepared for those who love him in humility (cf. Dt 32:3). ‘For God, nothing is impossible’.
The Missionary Oath will be on 16th of May, 2014. Whereas, the Diaconate Ordination will be on 17th of May, 2014 at our Lady Queen of Peace Parish-Nairobi-Kenya.
Thank you very much once again and pass my regards to all.
Stay blessed.
John C. Mubanga
Nairobi-Kenya.

The Public Affairs Committee (PAC) Stakeholders Conference 25-26 February, 2014 – Blantyre, Malawi


PAC - Logo Malawi“Malawi at Crossroads – Enhancing Transformative Leadership through Holding Leaders and Ourselves Accountable”
Issued: 27 February, 2014
The Public Affairs Committee (PAC) held a two-day Third All-Inclusive Stakeholders Conference from 25-26 February, 2014 at Sunbird Mount Soche Hotel, Blantyre, Malawi. Delegates to the conference included media fraternity, political parties, state representatives, development partners, academia, legal fraternity, Malawi Congress of Trade Union, representatives of civil society organizations, faith leaders and other interested stakeholders. READ MORE