Fr. John Dimba was born in Mozambique in 1969. During the civil war, like millions of other people, had to flee the country. It was in a refugee camp that he met the spiritans and was attracted by their simple lifestyle and their service to the poor.
Today, he is a spiritan and believes that his experience as a refugee helps him in is mission in a multi-cultural context. After the death of Fr. José Manuel Sabença, in december 2016, he was invited to complete the team of the General Council of the Congregation.
He shares with us a little bit of his life and mission in an interview, in Portuguese.
This article is also available in: Português
Congratulations to the Spiritans in Senegal, I am working with My Lord Bishop Raphael Paul from Dakar and we are working on a project for increasing crop yields. I can’t see the Bishops name here and I was wondering if I have the correct person.
I also know some of the Tanzanians who are working in Australia including Fr Tom Kessy and Fr Janruary.
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