Luanda - The bishop of the church Our Lord Jesus in the World, Dom Afonso Nunes, underlined on Sunday the importance of the August 31st for the members of this religious congregation.More about this news
Muxima - Bishop of Santo Tomé, Bishop Manuel António Mendez dos Santos, on Sunday urged young people not to be afraid to accept the Word of God so that they have harmony in their homes, leave drugs and delinquency and other ills that harm society.
Cuango - Catholic faithful last Sunday participated in a mass that celebrated the one hundred years of the Sagrado Coração de Jesus (Sacred Heart of Jesus) church linked to the Mussuco Mission and which was founded in 1918, a commemorative service that was officiated by the Dundo Diocese bishop, in the north-eastern Lunda Norte Province, Estanislau Marques Chindecasse.
Lubango - The parish priest of Lubango’s See Cathedral, in the southern Huila Province, Simeão Kaita, last Sunday called on Catholic faithful to leave behind the attitude of selfishness, pride and self-indulgence, to focus instead on practices that promote common peace.
Saurimo - The need for families to always choose a healthy and frank dialogue in resolving conflicts, avoiding verbal and physical aggression, was defended last Friday by the archbishop of the archdiocese of Saurimo, José Imbamba.
Luanda - The Simão Kimbango (Kimbanguist) Church, also denominated Church of Jesus Christ On Earth, has developed an outstanding action in areas like health, valorisation of women, as well as in the retrieval of moral, civic values and assisting young people in conflict with the law.
Maquela do Zombo - Thousands of faithful from Tocoísta church have flocked the municipality of Maquela do Zombo, northern uige province, to mark 100th anniversary of the founder of this religious congregation, prophet Simão Gonçalves Toco.
Luanda - Fight against crime entails the contribution of all Angolan society, with emphasis on the social and productive sectors.
Uíge - At least 150 Christians of the Salvation Army church, among youths and adults of both sexes, will represent, next Wednesday, the province of Uíge, to the reception of the World Leader of said religious confession, who visits the country from January 24 to 30.