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PPE Against Covid-19 for Priests and Religious in Zambia


In the first few months of the pandemic it looked as though Africa had escaped relatively lightly. However, the second wave of the virus is …

The seed of Thomas the Apostle bears fruit: missionaries from India serve in Africa


“Thus begins the process of implanting the order of the Discalced Carmelites deep into Zambian soil.”

Renovation of the Saint Augustine Seminary in Zambia


The landlocked state of Zambia in southern Africa is one of the more stable countries on the continent. Christians make up the overwhelming majority (90%) …

In Zambia, priests perform in ‘exemplary’ way


Tony Zender, who oversees projects in a number of English-speaking African countries for international papal charity Aid to the Church in Need, recently visited Zambia. It is a politically stable nation, though it has far to go in terms of development and lifting its people out of poverty.

A New Roof for the Church of Our Lady of Consolation in Zambia


“When this disaster befell us, my heart was almost broken. I did not know where to turn. I thought of all the people around our …

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