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- Ricardo da Silva SJ

Pope Francis confirms Jesuits’ mission for next 10 years

The Jesuits have today announced their “Universal Apostolic Preferences” for the next ten years. These have been decided after a long discernment process and have been confirmed by Pope Francis, as Ricardo da Silva SJ reports.

The post Pope Francis confirms Jesuits’ mission for next 10 years by Ricardo da Silva SJ appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Anthony Egan SJ

Pope Francis and the Bishops united in the Synod Hall. // Vatican Media

Despicable abuses of sex and power by clergy surface widely at this time. To address this scourge, Pope Francis has ordered 100 of the world’s bishops to come to the Vatican for a summit on sexual abuse, from 21-24 February 2019. For Anthony Egan SJ, a priest and moral theologian, bishops will need to commit themselves to a policy of "zero-tolerance" and “to re-examine sexuality, gender and power” within the Church, if they are to retain any credibility.

The post Zero-tolerance, frank talk on sexuality and power is needed at Vatican abuse summit by Anthony Egan SJ appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Ricardo da Silva SJ

Ex-cardinal Theodore McCarrick dismissed from priestly state. // Vatican Media

Pope Francis has confirmed the removal of Theodore McCarrick from the clerical state.   In a precedential decision by Pope Francis, a cardinal has been defrocked. After months of criticism over sexual abuses of minors and adult seminarians committed by Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, the Vatican has notified that Theodore McCarrick has been stripped of the priesthood. The decision is a definite sign that the pope is serious about responding to the crisis of sexual abuse in the Catholic church. He […]

The post BREAKING NEWS — McCarrick guilty of sexual abuse and stripped of priesthood by Pope by Ricardo da Silva SJ appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Ricardo da Silva SJ

Fritz Lobinger, bishop emeritus of Aliwal North interviewed at Mariannhill. // Ricardo da Silva SJ, spotlight.africa

A Retired South African bishop, Fritz Lobinger, was mentioned by Pope Francis during his in-flight press conference returning from World Youth Day festivities in Central America. Ricardo da Silva SJ, caught up with Lobinger at his home in Mariannhill to speak to him about the Pope’s remarks on the possibility for married clergy in the Roman Catholic Church.

The post WATCH — SA Bishop on possibility for married clergy by Ricardo da Silva SJ appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Mike Batley

Pexels

South African leaders, whether in business, government or even the non-profit sector, offer us little to desire or indeed to aspire to if we consider the mounds of evidence of corruption and criminality revealed on a daily basis across the country's top brass. Mike Batley suggests that they could do worse than look to the Christian ethical principle of the “common good”, and take new direction from old wisdom.

The post In business and politics, the ‘common good’ should be our trump card by Mike Batley appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Ricardo da Silva SJ

Fritz Lobinger, bishop emeritus of Aliwal North interviewed at Mariannhill. // Ricardo da Silva SJ, spotlight.africa

A Retired South African bishop, Fritz Lobinger, was mentioned by Pope Francis during his in-flight press conference returning from World Youth Day festivities in Central America. Ricardo da Silva SJ, caught up with Lobinger at his home in Mariannhill to speak to him about the Pope’s remarks on the possibility for married clergy in the Roman Catholic Church.

The post WATCH — SA Bishop on possibility for married clergy by Ricardo da Silva SJ appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- spotlight.africa

Southern African bishops at plenary session in February 2019 at Mariannhill Monastery. // SACBC

Ahead of South Africa’s general election the Catholic bishops of Southern Africa have written a pastoral letter “to the Catholic Community and all People of Goodwill.”

The post SA Bishops beg for environment of tolerance and acceptance without fear of violence ahead of general election by spotlight.africa appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Ricardo da Silva SJ

Archbishop Buti Tlhagale of Johannesburg preaches in Durban. // Ricardo da Silva SJ, spotlight.africa

Archbishop Buti Tlhagale, preaching at a Mass in Durban, to receive and welcome the new coadjutor archbishop of Durban, Abel Gabuza, said that foreign nationals are "made a scapegoat for the glaring shortcomings of government and local authorities".

The post LISTEN — Archbishop of Jhb: foreign nationals ‘made a scapegoat for the glaring shortcomings of government and local authorities’ by Ricardo da Silva SJ appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Ricardo da Silva SJ

Interview with Coadjutor Archbishop Abel Gabuza of Durban. // Ricardo da Silva SJ, spotlight.africa

Coadjutor Archbishop Abel Gabuza speaks to Ricardo da Silva SJ, acting editor of spotlight.africa, as he prepares to be officially received in the Archdiocese of Durban, at a Mass in Durban this Sunday, 10 February 2019. Gabuza said that the bishops in southern Africa “need to change our [their] attitude” and “speak as a body of bishops who are leaders in the Catholic Church in this part of the world”, especially when responding to the political crises in southern Africa at this time. The full interview is below.

The post WATCH — Coadjutor Archbishop Abel Gabuza on bishops, politics and arriving in Durban by Ricardo da Silva SJ appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Peter-John Pearson

President Cyril Ramaphosa delivers SONA2019. // GovernmentZA, Flickr

You, watch this space! President Ramaphosa repeated this as he addressed the nation for the second time, as their leader. The phrase rings of promise and hope for many, especially ahead of the elections. But for others, it is a siren-call to be feared, as the president promises handcuffs for all who are caught foul of the law — especially for corrupt high-ups. Peter-John Pearson, priest-director of the SACBC’s Parliamentary Liaison Office unpacks the president’s message. President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered […]

The post “You, watch this space!” — promises and warnings in Ramaphosa’s SONA2019 by Peter-John Pearson appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Anthony Egan SJ

Pope Francis and the Bishops united in the Synod Hall. // Vatican Media

Despicable abuses of sex and power by clergy surface widely at this time. To address this scourge, Pope Francis has ordered 100 of the world’s bishops to come to the Vatican for a summit on sexual abuse, from 21-24 February 2019. For Anthony Egan SJ, a priest and moral theologian, bishops will need to commit themselves to a policy of "zero-tolerance" and “to re-examine sexuality, gender and power” within the Church, if they are to retain any credibility.

The post Zero-tolerance, frank talk on sexuality and power is needed at Vatican abuse summit by Anthony Egan SJ appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Anthony Egan SJ

@ThembaRumbu, Twitter

Many South Africans have decided not to register to vote in the upcoming national elections. Anthony Egan SJ begs us to reconsider our decision to register — while we still can — and honour “the memory of those who suffered and sometimes died for what we have now.” The evidence of South African voter apathy reflected in low voter registration turnout, particularly among young people, is bad news for our democracy.  Here’s why — and an appeal to remedy it. […]

The post Why not registering to vote is bad for democracy by Anthony Egan SJ appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Paulina French

Pixabay

For South African parents the new school year, inevitably, brings a hike in school fees, that will place even more strain on their already limited finances and increase the inequality gap. Paulina French looks at school fees, 2018 Matric results and the President’s expected plan to transform education. For parents across the country, the new school year, inevitably, brings a hike in school fees, a hike that will place even more strain on their already limited finances writes Paulina French. The South African […]

The post Education in South Africa — a persisting divide by Paulina French appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Janine Scott-dos Santos

Rawpixel, Pexels

It seems that every time Janine Scott-dos Santos opens Facebook, turns on the radio, listens to the news or even when she talks with friends and family, she is confronted with a new racist incident.  And it’s making her tired.  I’m tired, boss… Mostly, I’m tired of people being ugly to each other. I’m tired of all the pain I feel and hear in the world every day. There’s too much of it. It’s like pieces of glass in my […]

The post I’m tired… If racism affects some of us, it affects all of us by Janine Scott-dos Santos appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Francis Tuson

Vera Arsic, Pexels

Over the course of 2018, Francis Tuson has become acutely aware of the fragility of conservative young white males in his social circles, who seem to think they’re under a dangerous and widespread attack by liberals. A disturbing trend has developed among several young, white male acquaintances of mine. They seem to have latched on to the idea, that “the liberal left wing has begun to push too far” and it’s time for them (not left or liberal) to push […]

The post The problem of ‘broflakes’: young white fragile males by Francis Tuson appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Mike Batley

Pexels

South African leaders, whether in business, government or even the non-profit sector, offer us little to desire or indeed to aspire to if we consider the mounds of evidence of corruption and criminality revealed on a daily basis across the country's top brass. Mike Batley suggests that they could do worse than look to the Christian ethical principle of the “common good”, and take new direction from old wisdom.

The post In business and politics, the ‘common good’ should be our trump card by Mike Batley appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Paulina French

Helen Zille, former DA leader. // The Democratic Alliance, Flickr

Helen Zille, the previous leader of the Democratic Alliance, South Africa's largest opposition party, provoked a social media storm when she threatened to initiate a "tax revolt" if the country's corruption history wasn't timely tackled. Paulina French investigates what this would mean for our society's poorest and also the moral implications of such action, taking the Catholic Church's social teaching into account.

The post Calling for a tax revolt is immoral by Paulina French appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Mike Batley

Pixabay, Hans

The concept of restorative justice can seem fable-like to many. A kind of wishful thinking that begs for a dose of reality. Mike Batley looks at epidemic levels of violence in South Africa. He argues that much of the research into the subject leads to the conclusion that restorative justice offers a “more constructive point of departure and direction than the usual punitive and retributive approach.” As South Africans we are subjected daily to multiple accounts of violence – in […]

The post You can’t fight violence with violence by Mike Batley appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Mike Pothier

President Cyril Ramaphosa prepares SONA 2018 speech, Cape Town. // Photo: GCIS

The positive significance of two recent political developments in South Africa cannot be overstated. The voluntary resignation of Mr Nhlanhla Nene and the unprecedented decision by President Cyril Rampahosa not to exercise the right to use his unilateral power to appoint the new NPA head but to seek external advice. For Mike Pothier these indicate that significant ethical change is taking place at the uppermost levels of national governance. Recent weeks have brought news of two very significant and positive […]

The post Ramaphosa’s decisions show and advance ethical governance by Mike Pothier appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Puleng Matsaneng

Wikipedia remixed by Ricardo da Silva SJ

We live in a time where corruption is rife—in our country and our world—and every day brings new revelations of nefarious dealings by politicians or other senior members of society. Puleng Matsaneng looks at our present state of corruption and asks whether the phenomenon is altogether new in South Africa or whether we are just more aware of it in the present time. She suggests corruption has been with us always—old and new South Africa alike. Over the past few […]

The post Nothing has changed: corruption before and after democracy by Puleng Matsaneng appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Rampeoane Hlobo SJ

Child soldier in a training camp in north-eastern CAR. // © Pierre Holtz | UNICEF, Flickr

There are more than 250,000 child soldiers around the world. 12 February is Red Hand Day. The initiative is an international campaign to stop the use of child soldiers. Rampeoane Hlobo, a Jesuit priest ministering in Cape Town and greatly involved with the plight of refugees and migrants, has had first-hand experience of child soldiers, in South Sudan. Here, he tells the story of innocent children forced to fight and kill in adult wars. Nineteen years ago, I met a […]

The post Red Hand Day — What I learned from children carrying Kalashnikovs by Rampeoane Hlobo SJ appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Peter-John Pearson

President Cyril Ramaphosa delivers SONA2019. // GovernmentZA, Flickr

You, watch this space! President Ramaphosa repeated this as he addressed the nation for the second time, as their leader. The phrase rings of promise and hope for many, especially ahead of the elections. But for others, it is a siren-call to be feared, as the president promises handcuffs for all who are caught foul of the law — especially for corrupt high-ups. Peter-John Pearson, priest-director of the SACBC’s Parliamentary Liaison Office unpacks the president’s message. President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered […]

The post “You, watch this space!” — promises and warnings in Ramaphosa’s SONA2019 by Peter-John Pearson appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Paulina French

Helen Zille, former DA leader. // The Democratic Alliance, Flickr

Helen Zille, the previous leader of the Democratic Alliance, South Africa's largest opposition party, provoked a social media storm when she threatened to initiate a "tax revolt" if the country's corruption history wasn't timely tackled. Paulina French investigates what this would mean for our society's poorest and also the moral implications of such action, taking the Catholic Church's social teaching into account.

The post Calling for a tax revolt is immoral by Paulina French appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Anthony Egan SJ

@ThembaRumbu, Twitter

Many South Africans have decided not to register to vote in the upcoming national elections. Anthony Egan SJ begs us to reconsider our decision to register — while we still can — and honour “the memory of those who suffered and sometimes died for what we have now.” The evidence of South African voter apathy reflected in low voter registration turnout, particularly among young people, is bad news for our democracy.  Here’s why — and an appeal to remedy it. […]

The post Why not registering to vote is bad for democracy by Anthony Egan SJ appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Kyoko Morgan

Ajari, Flickr

A return visit to her Japanese homeland has made Kyoko Morgan strongly aware of the stark differences between the land that was once home and her newfound homeland — South Africa. She was also reminded of just why she has come to love life on the African continent, so much. I recently travelled from South Africa to my home country, Japan. As I stepped into “the land of the rising sun”, I was overcome by a ‘twilight’ feeling.   Perhaps it was the gloomy winter weather — a stark difference from sunny […]

The post A twilight moment as I returned to the land of the rising sun by Kyoko Morgan appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Ricardo da Silva SJ

Pope Francis confirms Jesuits’ mission for next 10 years

The Jesuits have today announced their “Universal Apostolic Preferences” for the next ten years. These have been decided after a long discernment process and have been confirmed by Pope Francis, as Ricardo da Silva SJ reports.

The post Pope Francis confirms Jesuits’ mission for next 10 years by Ricardo da Silva SJ appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Ricardo da Silva SJ

Fritz Lobinger, bishop emeritus of Aliwal North interviewed at Mariannhill. // Ricardo da Silva SJ, spotlight.africa

A Retired South African bishop, Fritz Lobinger, was mentioned by Pope Francis during his in-flight press conference returning from World Youth Day festivities in Central America. Ricardo da Silva SJ, caught up with Lobinger at his home in Mariannhill to speak to him about the Pope’s remarks on the possibility for married clergy in the Roman Catholic Church.

The post WATCH — SA Bishop on possibility for married clergy by Ricardo da Silva SJ appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Rampeoane Hlobo SJ

Child soldier in a training camp in north-eastern CAR. // © Pierre Holtz | UNICEF, Flickr

There are more than 250,000 child soldiers around the world. 12 February is Red Hand Day. The initiative is an international campaign to stop the use of child soldiers. Rampeoane Hlobo, a Jesuit priest ministering in Cape Town and greatly involved with the plight of refugees and migrants, has had first-hand experience of child soldiers, in South Sudan. Here, he tells the story of innocent children forced to fight and kill in adult wars. Nineteen years ago, I met a […]

The post Red Hand Day — What I learned from children carrying Kalashnikovs by Rampeoane Hlobo SJ appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Annemarie Paulin-Campbell

Discussion on "The Future of Women Deacons" at Fordham University in New York on 15 January 2019. // Salt+Light Media

Some of the findings of a study on the history of women deacons, as commissioned last year by Pope Francis, were presented at a panel discussion at Fordham University in New York on 15 January 2019. Annemarie Paulin-Campbell shares what she heard, and her own sense of what this might be saying of the possibility for ordaining Catholic women to the diaconate in the future. In 2016 Pope Francis agreed to establish a commission to look into the question of […]

The post Members of Pope’s commission on women deacons speak by Annemarie Paulin-Campbell appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Anthony Egan SJ

Zulu NCOs of the SANLC being presented to Geenral Maxwell during a sports day at Dannes, 24th June 1917. // © IWM (Q 2398)

As the world celebrates 100 years since World War I ended at 11 am on this day, Anthony Egan SJ reminds us of South Africans, black and white, who served during the war. He invites us to remember those who lost their lives in noble service during the war, those who have since died and those who are still alive today — lest we should ever forget. There is a time for everything under heaven, says the preacher Qoheleth in […]

The post Black and white South Africans we must never forget — 100 years since WWI ended by Anthony Egan SJ appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Anthony Egan SJ

Peter Storey at the launch of his autobiography in Cape Town. // Izak de Vries, Twitter

Retired South African Methodist Bishop Peter Storey’s autobiography evokes on one level the chaotic and heroic struggle of the churches against apartheid in the second half of the twentieth century. But on a deeper level it is a profound meditation on conscience, courage and what it is to be human writes Anthony Egan SJ.

The post REVIEW — I beg to differ: ministry amid the teargas by Anthony Egan SJ appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Mphuthumi Ntabeni

REVIEW — I’m Still Here: Black Dignity In a World Made For Whiteness

Present happenings in South Africa show a growing urgency and a desperate need for talking about racism; but perhaps in ways that, before, we have been too afraid or too uncomfortable to do. We need to build firm and sustainable bridges between black and white people that do not ignore the pain wrought and the anger that is still widely felt. In this review by Mphuthumi Nthabeni he shares the living struggles of black American Christian author, Austin Channing Brown, and […]

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- Mphuthumi Ntabeni

REVIEW — Women, power and the reinforcement of patriarchy

August is a time dedicated to the advancement of women, but despite lots of talk over the years, little has changed. Mphuthumi Ntabeni looks at Mary Beard's seminal book on the origins of misogyny and modern society perpetuates these. 

The post REVIEW — Women, power and the reinforcement of patriarchy by Mphuthumi Ntabeni appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Mphuthumi Ntabeni

REVIEW — Pope Francis: Life & Revolution — A Biography of Jorge Bergoglio

Pope Francis: Life and Revolution – A Biography of Jorge Bergoglio (foreword by Sean Patrick O’Malley OFM Cap). Loyola Press, Elisabette Piqué. ISBN-10: 0829442170. 313 pages. I usually get put off quickly by hagiography – books of admiration. Elisabetta Piqué’s book, Pope Francis: Life & Revolution, starts too much on this note and I nearly put it down. I am grateful I persevered. In the beginning the book reflects on the personality and character of the Pope Francis, but instead of piling on praise, the book immerses […]

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- Mphuthumi Ntabeni

REVIEW | No Longer At Ease

In 2018 we mark the diamond jubilee of the the 1958 novel Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe. This novel was read widely in South Africa as a school set-work. Mphuthumi Ntabeni takes a look at another of Achebe's works, No Longer At Ease. He says that this is a great companion work and continuation of Things Fall Apart.  “It introduces complexity into the story of how colonialism and Christianity break African culture with tragic and progressive consequences,” Ntabeni writes. No Longer […]

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- Russell Pollitt SJ

Br Alois at a prayer gathering in Basel City // Spotlight.Africa

Br Alois Löser is the Prior of the ecumenical Community of Taizé in France. Next year he will visit South Africa where his community will host a gathering called “The Pilgrimage of Trust on Earth”. Some brothers are already living in Cape Town preparing for the meeting which will attract thousands of young people from across the world. Br Alois was in Rome for the Synod of Bishops on Young People. He spoke to Russell Pollitt SJ about South Africa […]

The post South Africa teaches the world to hope, Taizé Prior says by Russell Pollitt SJ appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Russell Pollitt SJ

Pope Francis greets a young auditor at the closing mass of the Synod of Bishops on Youth //Vatican Media

On Sunday 28 October Pope Francis celebrated mass in St Peter’s Basilica to mark the end of the month-long worldwide gathering of bishops for the Synod on Young People. The final document of the Synod was released late Saturday evening. Russell Pollitt SJ has been following the Synod in Rome, he takes a look at the final document.  Late in the evening of Saturday 27 October the final document of the Synod of Bishops on Young People, the Faith and […]

The post Synod 2018 – ENDS: Women, sex abuse & a synodal Church by Russell Pollitt SJ appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Russell Pollitt SJ

Pope Francis surrounde by Synod Fathers at Mass in St Peter's Basilica //Vatican Media

The Primate of all Ireland said at Friday’s Synod of Bishops press briefing that he has not engaged with and encouraged young people enough, writes Russell Pollitt SJ from Rome. A graced month Both Cardinal Christoph Schönborn of Austria and Archbishop Eamon Martin of Ireland said that the Synod has been a time of grace – despite their personal apprehension before it started. Cardinal Schönborn said that when appointed he was concerned about being away from Vienna for such a long time. […]

The post Synod 2018 – Now “determined in missionary spirit” by Russell Pollitt SJ appeared first on spotlight.africa.

- Russell Pollitt SJ

Synod Father and an auditor address the press on Thursday //Vatican Media

On Thursday two main issues were discussed at the press briefing for the Synod of Bishops on Young People: Synodality as the way forward and the scandal of sex abuse in the Church. Russell Pollitt SJ writes from Rome. The Synod Fathers and auditors did a 6 kilometer pilgrimage today from Monte Mario to St Peter’s. At St Peter’s, Archbishop Rino Fisichella, President of the Pontifical Council for the Promotion of the New Evangelisation, presided at Mass.  The Holy Father […]

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- Russell Pollitt SJ

Holy See Press Briefing for Synod on Youth //Vatican Media

Although many young people attend mass and go to confession, and despite 12 years of catechism, God still remains an abstract thought for them, a bishop says at Wednesday’s press briefing. Russell Pollitt SJ reports from Rome. On Wednesday the Synod Fathers discussed the draft of the final document of the Synod of Bishops on Young People, the Faith and Vocational Discernment. A letter to young people, from the Synod, was also read out in the General Assembly. It is […]

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Feb 19, 2019 at 4:09pm
@TheJesuits These are the 4 preferences that will be in effect for 10 years.
1. PROMOTING DISCERNMENT AND THE SPIRITUAL EXERCISES
2. WALKING WITH THE EXCLUDED
3. CARING FOR OUR COMMON HOME
4. JOURNEYING WITH YOUTH

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The Universal Apostolic Preferences were given to #PopeFrancis who prayed with them before returning them to Fr. General as a #mission from the Pope. See @spotlightAFR's report on the new #UAP @TheJesuits https://t.co/YhdSBBge4y @SAJesuits @ZamJesuits @JescomZim @JesuitsAfrica https://t.co/6XCQ1pxQDq
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