Nairobi, Kenya. The Claretian Biblical Seminar with the theme “Biblical Inspiration of Our Life and Ministries as Listeners and Servants of The Word,” organized by the Prefecture of Apostolate of St. Charles Lwanga Independent Delegation, started today with 16 participants from the different apostolates of the Organism – school, bible, parish, youth and SOMI – including that of formation and Lay Claretians. It is being held in the suburb of Karen in Nairobi, Kenya and animated by Fr. Henry Omonisaye, CMF, General Consultor and Coordinator of the Biblical Apostolate in the Congregation, together with Fr. Jude Thaddeus Langeh Basebang, CMF, the Biblical Apostolate Coordinator of ACLA.
The seminar aimed at animating the Delegation in this charismatic trait on the levels of their life and mission. They had presentations on different spheres including the transformative power of the Word of God, Claret and the Bible, the Bible ministry and Justice and Peace, the Media as a platform, and the lived experiences of the Delegation of Cameroun. These were all inspirational to the Delegation. They also had a moment sharing with the Missionary Servants of the Word, a congregation made up of Lay People and Religious – male and female founded in Mexico by an Italian.
The Seminar concluded with the drawing up of the concrete plan of Biblical Ministry for the Delegation inspired by the various inputs and the document of the XXV General Chapter Misionarii Sumus.