Digital culture, then,
is not so much a distinct area of mission as a crucial dimension of the Church’s witness in the contemporary culture.
This is why it holds special significance in a synodal Church
(Synthesis Report, 17.b)

To what extent is the Church in Africa recognizing the digital environment as a crucial dimension of her missionary initiatives and Christian witness in the contemporary culture? Once again, the Association of Member Episcopal Conferences of Eastern Africa (AMECEA) in collaboration with the Pan-African Committee for Communication (CEPACS) and the African Synodality Initiative (ASI), invites you to join their 3rd webinar on the Synod on Synodality where the mission of the Church in the digital world shall take the central stage.

Join us in this synodal webinar with our speakers and experts who will reflect on these two questions:

  1. To what extent can the digital mission be integrated into the life and structures of the Church in Africa?
  2. Are there already some Best Practices to highlight as models for the Church in Africa?
Opening remarks:

Bishop Antonio Manuel Bogaio Constantino MCCI, Auxiliary is the Bishop of Beira, Mozambique

Topic background:

Fr Vitalis Chinedu Anaehobi is the Secretary General of RECOWA

Communication experts:

Bishop Gerald Mamman Musa is the  Bishop of Katsina Diocese, Nigeria

Bro. Elias Mokua SJ
Young people:

Mr. Kudakwase Martin Matambo is a young professional communicator, Harare, Zimbabwe.

Sr Immaculate Yenegeya Abubatse is a Social Media Content Producer, Kigali, Rwanda

Fr Ladislas Masumbuko is a Social Media Content Producer, Kigali, Rwanda.

Fr. Andrew Kaufa is the Social Communications Coordinator at AMECEA

The discussion will be available in English and French.

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