ARCHBISHOP ANYOLO LEADS CMA IN CELEBRATING ST. JOSEPH’S FEAST DAY IN KAMULU
Archbishop Philip Anyolo has called on all Catholic Men to protect society’s values by living their sworn commitment to the church and heeding the call to holiness. He made these remarks during the celebration of the association’s patron saints day, St. Joseph, held at the St. Joseph Technical Training Institute in Kamulu.
“As fathers, you are challenged to take care of mothers and children as a role given to you by God through the Holy Spirit. This aspect of taking care of them means walking in faith and in holiness. When you lead this life then you uphold the values that bring us closer to God for the current generation needs guidance,” he stated.
The dome-filled event with a capacity of over 10,000, saw men from all the corners of the archdiocese participate in the liturgy of the day. In his speech, the chairman of the CMA technical project Mr. Martin Mburu called on the men to serve the church with enthusiasm for it is in their communion in the technical project that brings them back to the Lord’s Vineyard. During this period, March-April as the months of elections of leaders in the parish, he urged the members to vote for leaders that are committed and ready to serve with enthusiasm for better service delivery of their goal as that remains critical.
During the event, a new tie was unveiled to replace the old one. About 150 men were also commissioned.