Archbishop Msusa condemns Neno killings

Catholic Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Blantyre, His Grace Thomas Luke Msusa has urged members of the public to stop judging others through mob justice.

Archbishop Msusa’s sentiments follow the killing of two men at Chawe area under Traditional Authority Dambe in Neno district who were suspected to have been responsible for the death of a young boy through witchcraft. The two were mercilessly hacked to death last week with panga knives following the death of the boy who was beaten by a snake.

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Parents urged to encouraged children to be missionaries

Many Catholics are being baptised while young. Their baptism signifies a mission to the ends of the world as the theme for this year’s Extraordinary Missionary Month of October suggest “Baptise and Sent”.

As Catholics in the world are being urged to put extra effort on missionary work this month, a call has been placed on parents in Malawi to encourage children to be missionaries in spreading the Gospel of Jesus Chris

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Catholic University Students in dinner and dance for the needy

Students from the Catholic University of Malawi (CUNIMA) on Saturday held a dinner and dance to mobilize resources for their fellow students in need of tuition fees support.


CUNIMA students through their union leaders disclosed that the gesture follows a need to assist some students facing hiccups in paying fees at the University.

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Archbishop Msusa applauds CWO on TEVETA trainings


 Archbishop Thomas Luke Msusa of Archdiocese of Blantyre has applauded Catholic Women Organisation (CWO) for empowering women under the Technical Entrepreneurial and Vocation Education and Training Authority (TEVETA) program.

Speaking at Mendulo Parish in Mulanje district during the awarding ceremony of certificates to women who have completed their training on vocation skills, Archbishop Msusa said the training has ensured economic empowerment to the women.

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