Notice 1/3/2022 The St. Teresa of Calcutta Indian Mission, the Guatemala and El Salvador Children’s Mission Fund, and the ministries of Bishop Joseph Catrambone anywhere, are no longer associated with Good Shepherd Companions in any way.
Congratulations Rev. Olivia!
Congratulations to Rev. Olivia Diehl. She was ordained to the priesthood on Sunday, October 17, 2021 by Bishop Phil Belzunce and Bishop Christine Mayr-Lumetzberger. Rev. Olivia will celebrate her incardination to Good Shepherd Companions on Sudnay, October 24, 2021. She will be returning to the Philippines in 2022 where she will minister. Rev. Olivia is pictured with her husband Jeff.
Ordination of Rev. Kim Nuzzo by Bishop Philip Belzunce July 31, 2021
Incardination of Rev. Tim Kalista
Feast of Pentecost 2021
Congratulations to Olivia Diehl who was ordained to the diaconate on February 2, 2021 by Bishop Phil Belzunce.
Consecration of Bishop Peter Chulu
Peace of Christ our brothers and sisters. the photos are some that were taken yesterday in lusaka zambia during the consecration of Bishop Peter Chulu, reception of Apostolic line from His Grace Archbishop Emmanunuel Milingo by Bishop George Jamba and the blessing of His Grace archbishop Peter Ndambuki as the Patriarch of Africa.
Grace to you and peace from God our Father.
Diocese of East Africa
Catholic Charismatic Church
Incardination Mass for Rev. Dr. Shanon Sterringer at the Hildegard Haus, Fairport Harbor, Ohio
December 20, 2020
Rev. Dr. Phil Belzunce, Bishop Ordinary and President
Requiem Mass for Departed Brother Fr. Justin Kilonzo
Praised be Jesus Christ.
Yesterday we were enabled by God's grace and providence, to minister a requiem mass for the burial preparation of our departed brother Fr.Justin Kilonzo at his rural home in Suntan Hamud Makueni County.
On behalf of myself as the deceased priest's Bishop and on behalf of The Married Priests Prelature in Kenya, and on behalf of the family of the late Fr.Justin Kilonzo, I wish to thank through the office of our international president, His Grace Archbishop Dr.William Manseau, all those brothers and sisters, Collegues and Friends, who so generously, donated out of their hard earned resources to enable us to pay for the burial expenses accordingly.
What you enabled us to do sent a very good, positive and clear message, impacting on the community who had an opportunity to witness our liturgy and hear our sermon.
In the picture from right to left:
- Fr.Noel Kathima (white chasuble)
- Bishop Alfonse Nzule ( purple chasuble )
- Deacon Michael Kimemia.
- Myself AB Ndambuki (bright orange chasuble )
- Bishop George Njamba (purple chasuble ).
- Fr.Mutuku (partly hidden ).
Behind us are:
- Brother Kamau (a proffesed religious brother who decided not to continue in celibate life and married. He is an Acolyte with Bishop George Njamba, awaiting ordination to Deaconate soon.
- Sister Jane working with George Njamba.
- Rev.Fr.Pius Kyule, (not wearing mass Vestiments ).
Because of covid control protocols, the congregation was in other tents spaced accordingly.