Mission Malawi is a new born child of our province. Indeed I am happy to write my impression as I have been living here in Tanzania for a few months. The first captivating scenario is that everywhere it is very green and the people are innocent and good. They give more importance to the spiritual activities and God takes the first place in the life of the people. They are simple and not very complicated in their approach. Generally, they are hard working. Another encouraging aspect we see is that they give importance to education; children march towards the school in the early hour of the day carrying bag, water, broom and even firewood. Tanzania as a country is fast
growing in all the sectors.
People of Malawi are generally very warm and hospitable. The geographical scenario is that it comprises of valley, hill and plain land. Agriculture is one of the main occupations of the people. As we were going around the place, we were fascinated by the captivating nature. The economical situation of the people is rapidly growing and people work hard to maintain a good living. When we reached Karonga (the diocese where we are going to take up mission), the bishop cordially welcomed us coming up to the car. The priests are quite hospitable and since they are only few, they are kept busy by dong different kind of ministry in the diocese. We see
them committed and a homily atmosphere prevails in the diocese.
As a whole, it was an inspiring experience to visit the mission Malawi and there is a lot of opportunity to continue the mission of the Lord in this country.