- Jul 15, 2020
As frequent terror attacks continue in northeastern Kenya, Catholic bishops and priests are warning that the acts are posing threats to missions and their work.
Condom use can never be advocated by the Catholic Church, according to the bishops of Kenya at a health conference taking place in Mombasa.
Some priests who are serving in the Roman Catholic Church said the issue of celibacy still was a great challenge to many clergy in Kenya and around the world.
Kenya’s Catholic bishops say they do not worry about the Legio Maria movement even though many Catholics have been drawn to it.
As Kenya continues to count and bury their dead from the devastating Nakuru-Solai Dam collapse on May 9, the country’s Catholic bishops have offered their sympathies to the victims and called on all Kenyans to be each other’s keeper in their moment of grief.
Catholic leaders in Kenya, where about 9 million of the country’s 47.6 million people are Catholic, oppose the practice of polygamy, which was legalized in the country in 2014.