Couples for Christ Sessions

by Innocent Maziya

Couples for Christ Sessions 21 – 26 August 2018

The Couples for Christ (CFC) movement held spiritually enriching sessions between the 21st and 26th August 2018 at the Cathedral. These sessions were targeted at introducing new couples to the movement as well as strengthening marriages for existing member couples.
The sessions were conducted by three brothers and one sister from Couples for Christ in the United Arab Emirates. Continue reading “Couples for Christ Sessions”

CFC Mission in Eswatini

                                                

VISION: “Families in the Holy Spirit Renewing the Face of the Earth”

MISSION: “Building the Church of the Home and the Church of the Poor”

Couples for Christ (CFC) is a Global Catholic movement intended for the renewal and strengthening of Christian family life.

CFC wants to rise in defence of the family, which is God’s work. CFC wants to bring God’s strength and light to those who are committed to being truly Christian families in the modern world. As such the CFC Vision and Mission are restated as follows: Continue reading “CFC Mission in Eswatini”

Taiwanese/SCCW Handwork Workshop

 by Babongile Mlambo

Taiwanese /SCCW Handwork Workshop: 21 July 2018 (Shosholoza centre, Manzini ).

About 30 SCCW members from the parishes attended a training on how to make sanitary pads and mosquito nets. 

The training was conducted by a team of students and mentors from the Diocese of Taichung (Taiwan). The Diocese of Manzini hosts a team of International Volunteer students from a university in Taiwan once a year in the month of July, and this has been the second time members of SCCW have been invited for such a training.  Continue reading “Taiwanese/SCCW Handwork Workshop”

A visit to Mawelawela Correctional Centre

by Babe Khoza

On Saturday 14th July 2018 exactly according to plan B of our Annual Plan, Twenty Eight members of the St. Joseph Parish Sacred Heart Sodality undertook a spiritual visit to His Majesty’s Correctional Services at Mawelawela Female Correctional Centre. The members of our Sodality travelled individually and in groups using the available public modes of transport. Fr Mbongiseni Shabangu from St. John Bosco (following a request by Fr Joseph W. Dlamini) and Sister Stephania Ngwenya from Ekululameni accompanied the members to Mawelawela. We were warmly welcomed by the Chaplain responsible for the Correctional Centre and the Senior Management of the institution. The Programme that had been prepared by the Sodality was as follows: Continue reading “A visit to Mawelawela Correctional Centre”