Posts Tagged ‘Malawi’

Malawi’s Muslims note bishops fail to address albino murders

Thursday, May 3rd, 2018

Malawi’s Muslim community are criticising the country’s Catholic bishops for failing to mention the murder of albinos in its latest pastoral letter. The 16-page pastoral letter, ‘A Call For A New Era In Malawi’, was read out in Catholic churches last Sunday. The letter lists a number of ills afflicting the nation. It echoes issues Read more

Archbishop condemns Malawi killings of albino persons

Tuesday, May 24th, 2016

An archbishop in Malawi has said that the killing of albino persons in that country is evil and must be condemned. Archbishop Tarcisius Ziyaye told a Malawi Primary Justice Day that prayer is needed for God’s intervention to stop this “evil act”. The archbishop said the devil is leading people to do such evil things Read more

Malawi President at odds with Catholic bishop

Tuesday, September 27th, 2011

The president of Malawi and his allies, in the midst of corruption, economic crisis, and a narrowing of civil liberties, have begun political attacks on churches the president sees as enemies of his government.

A rift between President Bingu wa Mutharika and the Catholic Church increased in August when Bishop Joseph Mkasa Zuza of Mzuzu in northern Malawi, gave a public speech in front of the president.

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