A UNIQUE CELEBRATION OF PMC ANNUAL MASS
This year’s Archdiocese of Nairobi annual PMC Mass was marked uniquely albeit without the usual thousands in attendance, however, this did not dampen the mood of the young Christians.
Unlike the other years whose attendance has grown from 10,000 to over 50, 000 in 2020, this year’s attendance was limited to only 2000 children due to the stringent Covid-19 regulations.
The celebration held at St Francis of Assisi Parish, Ruiru, was led by his Eminence John Cardinal Njue and attended by scores of priests including PMS Director Fr. Moses Kago and his assistant Fr. Ignatius Njue.
In his homily, the Cardinal urged the young ones to let their actions as Christian children be in line with the personality of Christ so that they can be witnesses of His goodness in the society and in the family.
Sr. Rose who is the PMC Coordinator in the Archdiocese, gave the children a take home reminder to all those involved in their development; “Tell me and I will forget, involve me and I will learn, teach me and I will remember…” She further urged them to contemplate on vocational life as they continue with their studies should there be any interest in them to join the religious way of life.
The celebration which also marked the launching of the year of St. Joseph in the PMC group, launched the theme “Be my witness in the Model of St Joseph”.