Climate and Coconut in Accra, Ghana

Climate and Coconut in Accra

“An evening chitchat about climate change (with coconut refreshment)”, is not your ordinary title for an event meant to explore one of the most serious and urgent issues of our time. Nevertheless, about 30 young people turned up at St. Ignatius Catholic Church, Baatsonaa in Accra, Ghana.

CLC Kenya Universities Formation

Focus on Laudato Si at CLC-Kenya Universities Formation

Close to 100 Christian Life Community-Kenya members drawn from 8 universities, gathered at the University of Kabianga in mid-February, of their joint formation weekend. The main theme of the formation weekend was “Laudato Si, Youth and Care of Creation”. The venue could not have been more fitting. Bernard Kithusi, CLC-Kenya‘s Executive Secretary…

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Conférence sur Laudato Si : Comment protéger notre environnement ?

Le 18 Août 2018, CYNESA Rwanda a organise une session de formation  sur Laudato Si et comment protéger notre environnement pour les jeunes de la Paroisse Sainte Famille, Centrale de Jali. La journée a commencée par une prière suivie par une allocution du Président de la Centrale de Jali pour…

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Laudato Si Workshop at Rongo University

Rongo University College is one of the public universities in Homabay County. It offers diversified courses inclusive of environmental studies. Many young people do not understand the implications of environmental studies to the needs and interests of their local communities. Environmental problems have become increasingly difficult to understand and evaluate…

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CYNESA Meets the Bishop of Homabay Diocese in Effort to Promote Laudato Si

“The urgent challenge to protect our common home includes a concern to bring the whole human family together to seek a sustainable and integral development, for we know that things can change” (Laudato Si’ 13). In living the appeal by Pope Francis I “to bring the whole human family together”,…

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