Catholic men urged to be exemplary in society  

Catholic men in the country on Wednesday joined the rest of the catholic community at St Paul’s Parish in Mwanza in celebrating World Labour Day, which is also St Joseph the Worker Day.

Speaking during mass to commemorate the day, Archbishop of Blantyre Archdiocese, Thomas Luke Msusa, urged Catholic men to preserve their integrity by being exemplary to society and their families so that their children are groomed into responsible and productive citizens.

Archbishop Thomas Luke Msusa of Blantyre Archdiocese during St. Joseph Day. Pic Brian Wasili (Mana)

“We cannot develop as a country if men are not responsible and patriotic and this starts from the family whereby one is brought up,” said Msusa.

In an interview, Catholic Men Association National chairperson, Gibson Mkanda, of Kagwa Parish in the Archdiocese of Lilongwe commended men in the Catholic Church for accepting the calling to serve God through the association.

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