Published: Thursday, 08 August 2019 14:35
Catholics in the Archdiocese of Blantyre, Thursday gathered at Limbe Cathedral to pay their last respects to the late Fr. Dasiano Muhime who died on Tuesday.
Fr. Muhime, who until his death was curate priest at Limbe Cathedral parish, died after a long illness at Adventist hospital in the commercial city of Blantyre,.
In his eulogy during Eucharistic celebration, Archbishop Thomas Luke Msusa of archdiocese of Blantyre thanked God for the life of Fr. Muhime who has served as priest for five decades.
The Archbishop also thanked relatives of Fr. Muhime for allowing him to serve God as a Catholic priest in the archdiocese.
Catholic women at the graveyard of late Father Muhime
Concurring with the Archbishop, Representative of Association of Diocesan Clergy of Archdiocese of Blantyre (ADCAB), Fr. Elizeo Nthalika expressed gratitude to Catholic Christians for taking good care of the late priest in all the parishes he has served.
Nthalika further urged his fellow priests to remember that God is always with them in their priestly ministry.
Born on 28 August, 1938, Fr. Muhime hailed from Lihaka village, Traditional Authority (TA) Nazombe under Chiringa Parish in Phalombe district.
He was ordained Catholic priest on 23 August, 1969 at Limbe cathedral by late His grace James Chiona.
As a priest, late Fr. Muhime served at Likulezi Catechetical Center, St. Pius, Mwanza, Namulenga, Muloza, Mwanga, Chingadzi, Bangwe, Njuli, Mendulo, Thyolo and Limbe parishes.
Published: Tuesday, 16 July 2019 12:44
Recalling the phrase Jesus told his disciples: “I send you out as sheep in the midst of wolves” (Mt 10:16), Archbishop Thomas Msusa urged the new priests to shine amid a
society where darkness and hostility against God abounds.
His Grace presided the priestly ordination at the Limbe Cathedral on Saturday in Blantyre.
The new priests are Owen Abel Zuze, Felix Damiano, Eugenio Matope and Bartholomew Chanza.
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