A United States university will join up with South African bodies for an ecumenical conference on religion and racial justice in South Africa and the US.
For Leah Adams, a music teacher at St Joseph’s Marist College in Cape Town, 2017 will be a year to remember: for being a winner of the SA’s Got Talent contest.
Winelovers in the Western Cape will again have the chance to celebrate their passion, with Mass, food and wine at both the Blessing of the Vines and the Vintners’ Mass this month.
Fifteen-year-old show choir member Molly Biggs of Topeka, Kansas, thought her biggest singing break would be performing in Kansas City. As the New Year dawned, she wasn’t in Kansas anymore, but St Peter’s Square
A trio of Nigerian bishops condemned the enslavement of Nigerians who traveled to Libya for work, calling the practice a horrific abuse of human dignity.
The encounter in 1219 between St. Francis of Assisi and Malek al-Kamil, the sultan of Egypt, during yet another flashpoint in the long history of the Crusades – the subject of one famous fresco in Assisi, Italy – has been made into a documentary. “The Sultan and the Saint”.
The class of 1967 of Mayfair Convent School in Johannesburg held a reunion, with many flying in from different parts of South Africa
The Schoenstatt Sisters in Bedfordview, Johannesburg, are still recovering after becoming the latest religious building in the area to fall victim to crime — which included the theft of consecrated hosts.
A Catholic youth project has been honoured by the Western Cape government for its skills-development programme.
The group Friends of the Sisters in Bloemfontein archdiocese held an event to pay tribute to religious Sisters. This included Mass, lunch, a talk by Dr Nontando Hadebe, nail treatments, and songs and dancing.
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Catholics have hailed the National Day of Prayer for South Africa at Soccer City (or FNB Stadium) in Johannesburg, with the bishops’ communication officer saying the event was a clear sign that God comes first in the lives of many people.