The Community Service Centre in Strathmore University is involved in a number of projects whose aim is to empower individuals and communities using education, character development, and community engagement activities.
How to know whether we are interpreting correctly St John Chrysostom calls the Bible “God’s Letter to Men”. This is why, aside from a time for prayer, we need to set aside a few minutes everyday to read the Sacred Scriptures. Those who have a habit of daily Scriptural reading discover that there is always something new, a message for each day. The Catechism of the Catholic Church #112-114 gives us three ideas: Firstly, be especially attentive “to the content and unity of the whole Scripture.” It means that the Scripture does not contradict itself. Secondly, read the Scripture within “the living Tradition of the whole Church.” For example, studying the teachings of the Church Fathers. Lastly, be attentive to the analogy of faith. We have to check what we read against what the Church has always believed and taught. The Church is the faithful repository and authoritative interpreter of the Good News of salvation.
Some Masses have been organized in Kenya and Tanzania this year to celebrate the feast of St. Josemaria. Unfortunately, due to Covid-19 restrictions, it has not been possible to organise similar Masses in South Africa and Uganda.
My name is Raymond, from Uganda. I work in a private university as a teaching fellow. Here in Kampala, we’re on lockdown again. During the first lockdown, I stumbled across the video series entitled “The Adventure of Marriage”. These were introduced to me by a brother of mine. I was glued to the first video and the idea that hit my mind is how can I use these to better myself and my girlfriend for marriage.