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In accordance with the teachings of the Catholic Church, Lenten season is anchored on prayer and fastingalmsgiving and charity work. In line with these principles, ZAS Secretariat Kalundu Study Centre and African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC) staff led by the Secretary General Sr. Elizabeth Muleya observed the 2023 Lenten season donating to  by upholding one of the principles of the Social Teaching of the Catholic Church, that of, “Preferential Option for the Poor”. With this principle in mind and at the core of the Church it was incumbent upon every member of staff to make a contribution and reserve one day for charity work and almsgiving. Indeed, this is one of the central lessons of the cross of compassion that Jesus died for humanity in the whole world.

The sufferings of the poor people and that of the people of God, their anxieties are indeed the sufferings and anxieties of God, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Sharing our material goods is a sense of love, care compassion and dignity as it upholds not only the Social Teaching of the Church but also the Gospel Values. ZAS demonstrated a sense of conscience being a mother body for women religious congregations in Zambia. This is indeed a motherly heart and well-done ZAS, Bravo! to all ZAS staff. This is living and acting as real Christians guided by the Gospel Values that are central to Christianityn

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