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    • Tangaza Vision(Fed Up With Inculturation Talk!) 

      Tangaza University College (Tangaza University College, 1993)
      We have been friends=that is what I most think about as I clean my office, answer phone calls, greet visitors these days dropping by. We have been friends .... May 18th 1988 Fr. Luciano Odorico, SDB, the second ...
    • Ethical Implications in the use of Computers 

      Sahaya, Selvam (Tangaza University College/Jnanodaya Salesian College, 1994)
      Whether the common man is aware or not, computers have invaded every section ,of public service today. While the computer-specialist is too busy to keep himself up to date, and the user is too excited with the results ...
    • Tangaza Vision(Is God a Bully) 

      Tangaza University College (Tangaza University College, 1994)
      Having been given new areas of work, many a peo­ple do have a lot of new ideas which they would like to have executed. Once such ideas are met with a cold response, many give up. It is always interesting seeing someone ...
    • Tangaza Vision 

      Tangaza University College (Tangaza University College, 1994-12)
      In his message for world communications Day in 1992, the pope cited communications media as the admission ticket of every person to the market - place where thoughts are given public utterance, pieces of ideas ...
    • The New Vision for Tangaza 

      Unknown author (Tangaza University College, 1995-04)
      On 21st February 1995, there was general assembly in the Hall at Tangaza. The main agenda of the meeting was based on the future of Tangaza or dreams about the Tangaza, if you like "the Tangaza we want in the near ...
    • Empty For God 

      Pinto, Ivan (Tangaza University College, 1996)
      In the religious life we are often taught about detachment from all things. The reformer of my Carmelite Order, St. John of the Cross, was a doctor of detachment. In his famous philosophy of detachment, or nothingness, ...
    • Tisunge Mwambo wa Makolo/We are Proud of Our Culture 

      Ramos Gonzalez, Armando (Tangaza University College, 1996)
      I he Second united Nation conference on human Settlements, habitat II which took place in June in instabul It was timely and Significant like increasing and chaotic now the on the cities. Especially in developing ...
    • Communication 

      Mwaniki, Esther N. (Tangaza University College, 1996)
      As human beings we possess many skills, gifts and graces. All these originate trom who is the giver of everything. Among all these gifts and skills, communication is most significant and useful. l am mostly concerned ...
    • The Problems of Street Children And Pastoral Implications 

      Savarimuthu, John Peter (Tangaza University College, 1996-02)
      Young people and children on the streets are a major concern of today's society. I am glad to undertake this paper on "Street Children", whom I love much. It is not by chance I have chosen this topic but out of love towards ...
    • From System To Story 

      Tucholski, Henry (Tangaza University College, 1996-02)
      "Once upon a time ", that is common phrase; easy to oppose a truth but impossible to resist a story. Many spiritual teachers of humanity, like Buddha and Jesus brought to light their teachings in stories. Through stories ...
    • The Historical Growth and the Co-Existence Of Latin Rite and the Oriental Rites in India 

      Kainikunnel, George (Tangaza University College, 1996-02)
      The bringing together of Eastern and Western Christian tradition was one of the most urgent tasks of the time in which we were living before Vatican It, and yet even now in the aftermath of. Vatican It the co-existence ...
    • Option for the Poor 

      Cieslikiewicz, Krzysztof (Tangaza University College, 1996-02)
      "Option for the poor" seems to be of a great importance in today's world. Much have been written on this topic in recent times. With the blossoming of the Liberation theology, "option for the poor" became also the central ...
    • Human Dignity And The Signs of The Times The Church as a Prophetic Witness 

      D'souza, Joseph (Tangaza University College, 1996-02)
      Today the human person is viewed more in terms of freedom than in terms of reason. Indeed freedom is the loftiest of all the gifts the human person is endowed with, as the Vatican Council II humbly but courageously ...
    • Kamba Concept of God and Christianity 

      Musyoka, Wasswa (Tangaza University College, 1996-02)
      In my life as a student. I have done several courses on African studies. The first time I dealt with this course in school was when I was in secondary school. The course at this time was treated under the title 'African ...
    • There Is a Changing Attitude In The Use of Sexuality Which Is A Crisis to Society in Kenya 

      Makwali, Silvester (Tangaza University College, 1996-02)
      I do not believe that it is possible to keep families together any more with expanding urbanization. Many people are flowing into urban centres and when I look at the living conditions there, I realise that it is hard ...
    • Itinerary of Education to Faith 

      Fulvio, Ornato (Tangaza University College, 1996-02)
      In this essay I want to suggest another line of action that, I believe is more in line with the need of the young people, more effective in the pastoral activity, and more closer to the teaching of the Second Vatican ...
    • Relevance of Christian Baptism In Kibera 

      Caporal, Jeronimo Perez (Tangaza University College, 1996-02-02)
      Since XV Century Christians had made a lot effort to convert Africa into Christianity, but for various reasons had failed (Islamise influenced, lack of methodology on inculturation, the ambiguous an inadequate sort of ...
    • Towards an African Christian Job 

      Ammoti, Mungereza (Tangaza University College, 1996-02-21)
      Since the third phase of Africa's systematic evangelization begun in the nineteenth century,a lot of work has been done by missionaries and promoters of the African mission. However we must point out that much emphasis ...
    • Dreams in the Judeo-Christian Tradition Compared With Elements of Bantu and Modern Culture 

      Tambala, George (Tangaza University College, 1996-02-21)
      Dreams have always been with us as far back as history can recall. The part they play in human life has been the focus of study for scientists, sages and religious leaders of all societies. To understand better the scope ...
    • Urbanization in Africa 

      Moscheti, Daniele (Tangaza University College, 1996-02-21)
      In September 1995, the Pope John Paul II came to Africa to celebrate the African Synod on African soil and bring us the fruits of that Synod in the Apostolic Exhortation "The Church in Africa". He told all Christians in ...