Mother’s Love

Mother of all Nations

by Fr. Dermot S. Roache, SMA Our Mother Mary, the Mother of God, has been physically appearing in all parts of the world more and more frequently in this generation. Throughout history, the Catholic Church has given Mary honorary titles and sometimes she herself even asks to be known under certain titles. This is to […]

A Celebration of Life – South Africa

A Celebration of Life – South Africa

by Fr. Pius Afiabor, SMA Father Pius Afiabor is an SMA priest from Nigeria. He is a member of the African District and has been serving in the Republic of South Africa since his ordination in 2002. He ministers in Rustenberg mainly to the Botswana people, but due to the many platinum mines in the […]

Statement by Bishop Dennis Kofi Agbenyadzi, S.M.A.

Bishop Dennis Kofi Agbenyadzi, S.M.A.

Bishop Dennis K. Agbenyadzi, SMA  Challenges Facing the Catholic Church in the Central African Republic. The Central African Republic is one of the mineral-rich countries among the central African states.  The estimated population is 4.5 million.  Despite its rich deposits of minerals (diamonds, gold, uranium, etc.) the majority of the population lives in abject poverty.  Thirty per cent of the […]

A Day in a Missionary’s Life

a day in a life

My day in Ghana starts at 6:30 a.m. with Mass in our chapel followed by breakfast. I then have a 40- to 50- minute commute by tro tro which is a 12- to 15-passenger public transportation van shared by people, goats, chickens and anything else the mate can cram into the van. I enjoy the […]