The church in Africa The African face of Christianity

What heritage has the colonial past left behind? Where would he take Pope Francis? Are the ancient religions and beliefs compatible with Christianity? And how could Europe help his continent? Szilárd Szőnyi’s interview with Rigobert Kyungu Musenge SJ, Provincial for Central Africa Province.

The church in Africa “What have the Jesuits ever done for Africa?”

A man, who is committed to live the Ignatian Way and to shape the social and cultural reality based on the Christian message. He is responsible for the Jesuit community in Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Liberia and the Gambia, and still thinks of himself as an ordinary person. Interview with Chukwuyenum Afiawari, provincial of the Africa North-West Province about engagement, education and faith in his continent.

The church in Africa “We don’t have to go to the frontiers – we live in the frontiers!”

Most lively faith today unknown in Europe, and distinct African theology; the consequences of colonization and the responsibility of the West; the chances for decreasing the migrant influx and ways to help everyone to live on their birthplace. Szilárd Szőnyi, press officer of the Hungarian Jesuits is talking with Fr Agbonkhianmeghe Orobator SJ, president of the Conference of Major Superiors of Africa and Madagascar.