Catholic Church hopes to win war on graft, one soul a time

Mombasa Archbishop Martin Kivuva (right) with Bishop Alfred Rotich when the Catholic Church launched its anti-graft campaign in October last year. PHOTO | FILE | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • The Catholic Church recognises corruption as one of the biggest ills affecting the country.
  • The Catholic Church’s anti-corruption campaign is informed by the belief that legal means alone will not win the war on corruption, which they want scaled up to the spiritual level.
  • Spiritual formation is, therefore, at the heart of the church’s anti-corruption war.

Thursday this week will mark five and a half months since the Catholic Church in Kenya committed to taking the corruption monster by the horns.


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