Carmelite Superior calls for psychosocial support for communities affected by Covid-19

By Br. Alfonce Kugwa Covid-19 has challenged the authority of the church in a way that has never been imagined. The superior of the Handmaids of Our Lady of Mount Carmel (HLMC) commonly known as the Carmelite Sisters, Sr. Madeline Chapisa, highlighted the need for psychosocial support in religious communities whose members have been affected … Continue reading Carmelite Superior calls for psychosocial support for communities affected by Covid-19

Embracing the new normal before breaking into fragments: Understanding the government’s directive on the movement of bodies

By Rev. Fr. Limukani Ndlovu Zimbabwe's society should get used to changes brought about by COVID-19. The directive of non-movement of bodies is one thing that people should appreciate as a good measure in fighting the pandemic. Jesus called for his contemporaries to urgently embrace the new normal in his first proclamation of the kingdom … Continue reading Embracing the new normal before breaking into fragments: Understanding the government’s directive on the movement of bodies

Religious communities in Zimbabwe urged to create isolation centres as COVID- 19 rears its ugly head in convents

By Br. Alfonce Kugwa  Religious communities of sisters, priests and brothers in Zimbabwe are at high risk of contracting the deadly corona virus. This is because of the nature of their life which compels them to share most facilities such as houses of prayer, recreation, bath rooms and refectory. Most of the religious communities especially … Continue reading Religious communities in Zimbabwe urged to create isolation centres as COVID- 19 rears its ugly head in convents