Mothers in Angola gather for their 1st Parish Conference

Published on 7 February 2024 at 16:40

In the heart of Luanda, amidst the bustling streets and vibrant culture of Angola's capital, history is being made. A momentous gathering is underway—one that celebrates the enduring strength and unwavering devotion of Catholic "Mothers who Pray for their Children" across the nation. Welcome to the inaugural Mothers' Conference, held at the Beata Anuarite Nengapeta Parish, where mothers are united in prayer for their children and for the restoration of their families.

The significance of this event cannot be overstated. On 21 January, for the first time, Catholic mothers have met in Luanda, bringing with them stories of love, sacrifice, and unwavering faith. In a world filled with uncertainties, the power of prayer serves as a guiding light, offering solace and strength to those who seek it.

Throughout the conference, attendees had the opportunity to participate in a diverse array of activities, including prayer of the "Rosary for the Children", keynote addresses, Holy Mass and adoration. All of it accompanied by an array of hymns which helped to deepen their prayers.

To the Catholic mothers of Angola—and mothers around the world—we extend our deepest gratitude and admiration. Your unwavering faith, boundless love, and tireless dedication are the cornerstones upon which our communities thrive. May your prayers continue to uplift and inspire, guiding us toward a future filled with hope, compassion, and unity.

Let us carry the spirit of this conference in our hearts, knowing that together, we are stronger than we could ever be alone.
And as we pray in the groups, remember always that "God can do everything, everything, everything!

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