Margaret Aringo, FSJ, STD ’08 is the chairperson of an organization of African religious women that spans eight eastern and central African nations, Association of Consecrated Women in Eastern and Central Africa (ACWECA).  The organization launched a five-year strategic plan, focusing on fostering leadership skills, communication techniques, and a continued centering on human rights and social justice issues.  Introducing the plan, she gave a speech asking, “Where would the Church be today in the 21st century without Sisters?”  In the foreword to the plan, she wrote it is ACWECA’s “collective responsibility to ensure that the love of Christ is fulfilled through the services” offered in the new plan.  Ncronline.org-african-sisters-launch-eight-nation-strategic-plan

29 Oct 2018