22 January 2021
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Lilongwe, November 19, 2020: Lilongwe based servant of God, Symon C. Lubanga has authored a gospel book titled ‘The spirit life of a warrior’, in a bid to spread the word of God. The Book speaks about spiritual life of a person with a special calling to serve God as…
Mzuzu, October 27, 2020:  A third year nursing student at Saint John of God College of Health Sciences in Mzuzu, Sam Mkonde has published a motivational book titled “Rise up, fight that challenge”. Speaking in an interview with Malawi News Agency Monday, Mkonde said he was inspired by his Pastor,…
Ntcheu, October 26, 2020: Following a myriad of road accidents that have killed more than 50 people in Ntcheu since January this year, Pastors under Ntcheu Pastors Fraternal conducted prayers along the M1 Road seeking God’s intervention. The decision for the activity follows an increase of road carnage along the…
Lilongwe, October 19, 2020: Catholic women have asked to be assisted with loans to start small scale businesses so that they are financially stable to support their families. The request was made Sunday during the commemoration of the Blessed Virgin Mary which was graced by the Minister of Gender, Patricia…
Mchinji, October 17, 2020: Vice President, Dr. Saulosi Klaus Chilima has urged the Catholic Church to spread the gospel without fear in the country. He was speaking on Saturday at the launch of St. Paul Parish in Mchinji. Chilima citing the Book of John Chapter 2, said the Church has…
Lilongwe, October 14, Mana: Christ Embassy Malawi, a religious organisation under Nigeria's Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, has organised a Reach Out Malawi (ROMA) symposium focusing on awareness and prevention of suicide following the country's escalating rates of suicide cases. Christ Embassy's, Pastor Sammy Anister told journalists in Lilongwe Wednesday that the impact…
Mzuzu, October 6, 2020: National Coordinator for Episcopal Conference of Malawi (ECM), Fr Henry Chinkanda has called on Catholic faithfuls across the country to be readers of the Bible to enhance the knowledge and understanding of the word of God. The call was made Sunday at St Peters Cathedral in…
Dedza, September 15, Catholic priests from Dedza Diocese have been challenged to support women by giving them more decision making powers. Speaking during a workshop for Parish priests, Catholic Women's Organisation (CWO) and Parish Council Chairpersons organised by the Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) on Monday, Diocesan Social…
Lilongwe, September 13,2020:A Lilongwe-based Gospel Singer, Madalitso Banda has released a new single titled ‘Ndayalura mphasa’. He told Malawi News Agency (Mana) Saturday in Lilongwe the song comes from the Book of John 5 which talks about a man who had difficulties in walking for 38 years but upon meeting…
Lilongwe, August 27, Religious leaders have been requested to lead their congregants in peace building processes by embracing co –existence as a pillar towards avoiding conflicts in the country. United Religions Initiative-Malawi (URI) Southern African Region made the appeal at Logic Inn on Thursday in Lilongwe, during the launch of…
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