Catholic Men Organization launched in Chikwawa Diocese

Catholic Men Organization launched in Chikwawa Diocese

Moments of pomp and fanfare gripped the Catholic Church in the Diocese of Chikwawa as they launched the Catholic Men Organization on 11th December 2021.

Hundreds of men and scores of women from all parishes bore witness as Bishop of the Diocese, Right Reverend Peter Musikuwa, extended his blessings to officially mark the launch of the organisation.


The organisation has been established with an aim of promoting the needed linkage and coordination among adult male members of the Church within the diocese.

Certainly, the movement will come as a great addition to underlying works of evangelization that men do under the Church.

The launch begun with holy mass cerebration presided over by the Bishop in cerebration with the Vica Geno and several other diocesan priests.

In his homily Bishop Musikuwa urged members of the CMO to utilize the movement to further spread the gospel of Christ.

‘The organisation should be a tool of spreading the gospel and extending the works of church. Certainly, this organization should not be a tool of disunity and conflicts in our families and communities. Instead it should come to awaken our spiritual life and make us better servants of God. ‘’ Rev Musikuwa added.

Chairperson of the launched CMO Emanuel Haglera, couldn’t hide his excitement. he stated that people should expect more from the movement.

‘’I am very happy that we have finally launched this organization. We will shortly produce a work plan which would indicate how we will be supporting the Church in an organized manner. We have lined up various interventions including infrastructure projects and charity initiatives’’ he said.

Speaking on the sidelines of the event, guest of honor, Francis Kasaira, who is also a member of the Organization emphasized on the role that men have in spreading the word of God.

The launch of the organization was also boosted by visitors from other dioceses including Blantyre, Zomba, Mangochi and Lilongwe.

The launch also provided a platform for interactions, complemented by games, food and drinks.