Bishop Gabuza, the chair person of SACBC Justice and Peace Commission, has called on the Parliament’s Standing Committee on Finance to consider further regulation of banks if the banks are...
Three hundred and seventy five men, mostly from our Archdiocese spent the weekend of 9-11 November on pilgrimage at Ngome. It was an inspiring weekend with input from the Oblates who care for the Shrine, Stations of the Cross, Holy Hours, a candlelight procession from the Church to the Apparition Chapel and concluded with Holy Mass celebrated by Bishop Barry Wood OMI.
Ngome is truly “Holy Ground” and all entered fully into the prayerful atmosphere of the Shrine. Truly mighty men of God. They are hoping to make this an annual event.
– Phambile Amadoda