The Covid-19 pandemic has led to restrictions that have left Catholics around the world unable to attend Mass or receive the sacraments. In this issue of The Interview, Most Rev. Anthony Muheria, Archbishop of Nyeri, and chairman of the commission for Pastoral and Lay Apostolate Commission of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) gives the way forward for the faithful in these unusual times.
By Lourine Oluoch
How can Christians keep their faith at this time when they cannot attend church or commune in their small Christian communities?
This time of restriction due to the Covid-19 pandemic has tested the strength or depth of our faith. First of all we must see things in the eyes of God and accept the situation with its discomforts. The spirit that we must impose at home, of joy, peace and service, is now tested; to love one another with deeds. This is the biggest challenge.