In his speech he expressed his gratitude to God for bringing us all together to Bagamoyo in Tanzania and to the Congregation for deciding to hold the 20th General Chapter in Africa for the first time and particularly so in Bagamoyo Tanzania. He was very happy that Spiritans chose Bagamoyo his own home town.
He acknowledged the contribution of the Congregation and the Church as a whole toward the development of people’s spiritual and material wellbeing. He cited the areas of education, health-care services and other social services as major areas that have helped the government in helping its citizens toward development.
(Paul Chuwa, CSSp at Bagamoyo)
PHOTOS (by Firmino Cachada)