Nicholas Barends was formally commissioned as the national director for Apostleship of the Sea (AoS) by Cape Town’s port chaplain Fr Gerardo Garcia CS. He succeeds the late Terry Whitfield in coordinating the...
Young volunteers have a unique opportunity to combine helping a Catholic mission with experiencing the wildlife of the Kruger Park. Catholic Volunteers Africa offers an ongoing 14-day volunteer/safari programme in association with Kruger Park tour operator Viva Safaris.
Holy Cross Primary School in Aliwal North, Eastern Cape, contributed R3000 to the 2018 Lenten Appeal. Mgr Joe Kizito, vicar-general of Aliwal North diocese, accepted the money at a school assembly. Submitted by Sr Beatrix M Neulinger) More Stories: Caritas...
Grazia Barletta, a parishioner at Our Lady of Good Hope in Sea Point, Cape Town, has created and published a coffee table photography book entitled Moments that Have Captured my Heart.
The annual Little Eden Society Fête will take place on Saturday, May 5, at the Domitilla & Danny Hyams Home (corner Harris Avenue & Wagenaar Road, Edenglen, Johannesburg) from 9:00-13:00. This year’s theme is...
As part of our ongoing series of profiles of Catholic organisations that are active in the Southern African Church, NEREESHA PATEL looks at the history, activities and charism of the Kolping Society.
This Saturday Durban is offered a unique artistic and religious experience – Monteverdi’s ‘Mass for Four Voices’ sung by the Durban Chamber Choir and performed in the context of a sacred mass presided over by his Eminence Cardinal Wilfrid Fox Napier OFM at the Emmanuel Cathedral at 5.30pm on Saturday afternoon.
March is National Intellectual Disability Month and Little Eden Society has a campaign challenging all CEOs to spend one day at work in a wheelchair, to spread awareness about disability and raise much-needed funds for the cost of caring for its family of 300 children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
Apostleship of the Sea (AoS) port chaplains in South Africa will help seafarers live out their faith during Lent as they visit the many crews arriving on ships in ports across the country.
When a group of seafarers were left in limbo in the port of Durban after their ship was detained following the non-payment of wages, Catholic charity Apostleship of the Sea (AoS) came to the rescue.
Nazareth House Durban urges those cleaning house to think of them, and donate your clutter.
Volunteers donated time this festive season by helping out in the kitchen at the Nkosinathi project for the homeless run by Durban’s Denis Hurley Centre (DHC)— and there is still time to be part of the volunteer group.