The Claretian family in Zimbabwe is growing with God’s help. Last Sunday, September 10, the first Lay Claretians in Zimbabwe were officially received into the movement.
They are 17 people from the community of St. Charles Lwanga (Ruwa) who, with commitment and dedication, have perceived their Claretian vocation as lay people and have received a complete formation for more than a year.
During the celebration of the Sunday mass and before the rite of admission, the letter of the Rt. Rev. Robert Ndlovu, Archbishop of Harare, was read welcoming the movement in this Archdiocese and encouraging the missionary work of this movement following the style and spirituality of St. Anthony Mary Claret.
Congratulations to the new Lay Claretians, makorokoto makuru!