CFC Mission in Eswatini

by Innocent Maziya

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”

CFC Mission in Eswatini 8 – 12 August 2019

As Couples For Christ (CFC) Eswatini we are pleased to announce that we will be hosting Couples For Christ Missionaries from the United Arab Emirates from the 8th to the 12th August 2019.

During this time the visiting team will hold sessions with both Couples and Singles.
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Reflection for the 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year C

by Fr Wiseman Nkomo

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Eccl 1:2, 2:21 – 23;
Col 3: 1 -5, 9- 11;
Luke 12:13 – 21.

Possessions without God and others are vanity.

In last week’s liturgical readings we were taught that it is God who provides for our needs. It is God who provides true knowledge, a knowledge which comes with the duty to act justly and it is God who provides for our daily needs. The call to act justly continues in this Sunday’s readings and this time there is a call to act justly in relation to possessions.
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Baptised and sent

By Bishop José Luis IMC

In just two weeks’ time we will be gathering at “Santissima Annunziata” (Our Lady of the Anunciation) for our annual Diocesan Pilgrimage.

The theme of this year is: “Baptised and sent” following Pope Francis’ call to the Church all over the world to celebrate an “Extraordinary Mission Month” next October 2019.

Our Diocese has chosen to celebrate more than a month. Next October we will be launching an “Extraordinary Mission Year” which will last until October 2020.

A novena of preparation to the pilgrimage is now available and can be downloaded in three versions by clicking HERE. Continue reading “Baptised and sent”

Reflection for the 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year C

by Fr Wiseman Nkomo

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Gen 18:20-32; Col 2:12-24; Luke 11:1-13

God who is our Father has plans for us His creatures, and Prayer is the only way God reveals bit by bit His plans for Us His Children.

In today’s first reading which could be seen as a prelude to the gospel reading we see Abraham requesting to know God’s plans, and God in answering Abraham’s question regarding God’s just dealing with the righteous and wicked of the world Abraham becomes the recipient of the gift of knowing the divine plan. Such gift will demand of him to do what is just and right from that moment on.
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